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Monza must accept new contract terms says Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone has revealed he is "ready to sign" a new contract with circuit officials at Monza. The F1 chief executive sparked alarm among proponents of the historic Italian grand prix venue when he warned that he could axe the race after 2016. At Silverstone, another of the sport's iconic and traditional tracks, he repeated his warning about the Autodromo Nazionale. "Without an agreement, there will be no (Italian) grand prix," he told Italy's Sky television. "The organisers know what to do and I'm ready to sign if they can comply with terms equal to those of all the other races in Europe," Ecclestone added. "We do not want to lose Monza," he...
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