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Nurburgring to agree 5-year GP deal

The Nurburgring is to be the sole host of the German Grand Prix for the next five years after its new owners agreed a deal with Bernie Ecclestone.In 2006 it was announced that the race would alternate between the Nurburgring and Hockenheim since both circuits were suffering financial problems. Though the agreement was due to come into effect in 2007 a row over naming rights saw the Nurburgring event that year named the European Grand Prix with Germany returning to the calendar in 2008 at Hockenheim.At a press conference due to be held later today, it is understood that the new owners of the Nurburgring, Capricorn Group, will confirm a new five year deal to exclusively host the German Grand...
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