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Cameron signals London F1 race is a step closer

Prime Minister David Cameron has revealed that new laws are being rushed through which could see F1 cars racing on the streets of London.For as long as anyone can remember, fans and many locals have dreamt of the prospect of F1 cars racing through the streets of one of the world's most iconic cities, not least Bernie Ecclestone.In 2004, that dream came a little bit closer when cars took to the streets of the capital to promote the forthcoming British Grand Prix. Hundreds of thousands of fans thronged the streets as representatives from Ferrari, Jaguar, Jordan and others took to a special 'track' that included The Mall, Piccadilly and Regent Street.However, due to numerous concerns, not...
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