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Mexico set to return to F1<sup>®</sup> calendar in 2015

Mexico is set to host a round of the 2015 Formula One World Championship, Formula One group CEO Bernie Ecclestone confirmed on Wednesday.The race, the first Grand Prix to be held in Mexico for more than two decades, will be run at the 4.421 km Mexico City circuit."I'm happy to announce we've concluded an agreement to have a race in 2015," said Ecclestone. "Don't miss this race!"Mexico City first hosted F1 in 1963 and was a permanent fixture for the next seven years. It then returned to the calendar in 1986 and hosted a further six Grands Prix, the last of which was won by Williams' Nigel Mansell in 1992.Tavo Hellmund, who was instrumental in bringing F1 to Austin and is...
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