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F1 boss confirms Mexican GP will return in 2015

F1 boss confirms Mexican GP will return in 2015Posted On 22 Jul 2014By : thisisf1Comment: 0010 Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed that the Mexican Grand Prix will return next year, after a 23-year hiatus, with a race in Mexico City. Mr Ecclestone first revealed the plan to bring F1 back to Mexico City in February last year in an interview with American motoring magazine Autoweek. It was also confirmed by sources who spoke to F1 website Pitpass and, since then, then plan has become reality. Mr Ecclestone confirmed to Forbes that it has got the green light and said “we have got Mexico past the post.” The source also revealed that, race is due to be announced a press...
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