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Sepang considering F1 future

Sepang is considering whether it gets value for money as the host of the Malaysian Grand Prix after getting approval to negotiate a new contract for the race. Next year's grand prix will be the last at Sepang on its current contract, with negotiations taking place over a potential extension. However, speaking exclusively to Crash.net, Dato' Razlan Razali – chief executive officer of the Sepang International Circuit – said there were a number of considerations that need to be weighed up before the track decides whether it wants to sign a new contract or not. “We have been given the green light from the government to begin negotiation with F1 management, so we are doing that right...
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