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Future of Malaysian GP in question

The executive officer of the Sepang International Circuit has revealed that the future of the Malaysian Grand Prix is doubtful because of a number of concerns about the future of Formula One. The 2015 Malaysian Grand Prix will be the last race at Sepang on its current contract, but even though approval for negotiation of a new contract has been granted, an agreement between the FIA and Sepang is still some way off. During an exclusive interview with crash.net's Chris Medland and Ollie Barstow, Sepang boss Dato' Razlan Razali revealed that a number of issues need to be considered before he is prepared to commit to another long-term deal. "We have been given the green light from the...
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