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Mexican GP to return in 2015

Williams Martini Racing Mexico will return to the Formula 1 calendar from 2015, it has been announced. Formula 1 supremo revealed on Tuesday that the race, which had been provisionally included on the 2014 calendar, would be held from next year. Events company CIE confirmed in a press conference on Wednesday that Formula 1 will return to the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City after signing a five year deal. "It is a fact, start your engines, F1 will return to Mexico next year," said CIE president Alejandro Soberon. "The return of F1 to Mexico is a reality, we are on par with cities like Milan, Abu Dhabi, among others, with the arrival of the event [Formula 1],"...
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