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Austria's place on stable calendar secure says Ecclestone

Austria's new place on the F1 calendar is secure, Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed. After the A1-Ring last held a grand prix in 2003, Red Bull's Dietrich Mateschitz bought the Spielberg venue and spent dozens of millions refurbishing it. As the 'Red Bull Ring', the race has returned in 2014. Some traffic chaos aside, Austria's return to the schedule has been warmly welcomed. "People seem to like it here, which is very nice to see," said the ultra low-profile Mateschitz, who is making a rare paddock appearance this weekend. Even Niki Lauda, of Red Bull's arch rivals Mercedes, admitted on Saturday he is happy to see F1 back in his native country. "Didi (Mateschitz) has done a...
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