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Ecclestone reveals 19 races on 2015 F1 calendar

Bernie Ecclestone Formula 1 chief executive  Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that 2015 grand prix calendar will remain at 19 races. In recent years, teams have expressed concerns that organising as many as twenty races in a single season would put unacceptable stress on personnel. It won't happen next season, Ecclestone admitted to Kleine Zeitung newspaper. Asked how many races will be on the 2015 schedule, he said: 'The same as this year – so 19.' However, that may be at the expense of one or two existing races. When asked specifically about the reportedly incoming Azerbaijan, and the project in New York, he said: 'We want to go to Azerbaijan for a street race. As for New York, we...
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