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Sauber and Lotus to discuss F1’s future at forum

The future of Formula 1 and the wider motorsport world will be on the agenda in London this week at the first Black Book Race Forum. Senior figures from across the industry will gather at the Artillery Gardens in the City of London on Thursday 3 July for the event, which will feature panels focusing on teams and governance, circuits, and sponsorship. The event, which comes just three days before the British Grand Prix, has been designed as a complement to the Black Book, an annual sister publication to SportsPro which focuses on the business of Formula One. The ninth edition, featuring team-by-team and circuit-by-circuit analysis, was published in April. Panellists at Thursday’s Race...
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