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Hockenheim boss not worried about future of F1 race

Georg Seiler (right) Hockenheim is not looking at this weekend's German Grand Prix as its last, according to circuit boss Georg Seiler, amid reports a deal between Bernie Ecclestone and the Nurburgring could end an alternating scheme that currently sees Hockenheim host a Grand Prix every second year. Recently, the Nurburgring's new owners Capricorn issued a press statement indicating that it will be the exclusive host of the annual German Grand Prix beginning next year. Seiler, however, told the German news agency DPA that Hockenheim is not giving up, 'The fact is that Capricorn issued this message, not Bernie Ecclestone. To do that four weeks before the German Grand Prix was, I think, a...
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