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Magny Cours still keen on French GP return

Aerial view of Magny Cours Talks to take Formula 1 back to France are still ongoing, according to Magny Cours chief Serge Saulnier. Last month, Saulnier said: 'If the will of a number of people is confirmed in the coming weeks, we are very close (to returning).' He said Magny Cours, located a remote 250 kilometres from Paris and absent from the calendar since 2008, is heading for a comeback race in 2015. But when Formula 1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone was asked at the Monaco Grand Prix about those French reports, he said: 'No. 'They'll knock at the door but I don't think we can do anything,' he told Reuters. But when asked this week if Magny Cours is still trying to bring Formula 1...
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