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Mexican GP to return to the FI calendar in 2015

Mexico will host a Formula One race next season and is set to remain on the calendar for the next five years in a deal that was announced on Wednesday. Last held in 1992, the Mexican Grand Prix makes a comeback after a 23-year absence and will be held in capital Mexico City at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit, which last hosted the race won by Williams’ Nigel Mansell. The 4.4-kilometre track is likely to be revamped according to FIA specifications, which could see alterations made to the final sweeping parabolic corner. 'Don't miss this race!' remarked F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone. Backers of the Grand Prix include Tavo Hellmund, who was instrumental in the return of the United...
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