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Nurburgring wants to host annual F1 race

Start of 2013 race Nurburgring is set to ramp up its presence on the Formula 1 calendar, and host an annual grand prix Currently, the fabled circuit and Hockenheim, annually alternate a single spot on the sport's schedule. But earlier this year, the insolvent Nurburgring secured its future when it was sold to a Dusseldorf automotive group called Capricorn. Boss Robertino Wild said at the time that the Nurburgring would 'basically go as it was before'. But a report in the German newspaper Rhein Zeitung claims the Nurburgring has in fact agreed a new contract with Formula 1, where the circuit will host a Grand Prix each year until at least 2019. The new deal with Bernie Ecclestone could even...
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