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Ecclestone: No concerns over Russian Grand Prix

Getty Images Enlarge Bernie Ecclestone has no concerns about the Russian Grand Prix going ahead in October despite the recent MH17 disaster. Ukraine has accused pro-Russian separatists of shooting down the Malaysian Airlines plane on July 17, killing all 298 people on board. The links between the rebel group and the Vladimir Putin's government has come under heavy international scrutiny and condemnation since the tragedy, with UK prime minister David Cameron among the international leaders calling for sanctions against Russia. F1 controversially went to Bahrain in 2012 amidst concerns about the nation's human rights record, with Ecclestone always insisting that motor sport should not be...
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