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Perez '100% sure' Mexican Grand Prix will go ahead in 2015

Sergio Perez is '100% sure' next year's recently-announced Mexican Grand Prix will go ahead, saying there is no doubt that F1 will be visiting the country in 2015. 'I'm happy to announce we've concluded an agreement to have a race in 2015,' Bernie Ecclestone was quoted as saying on the official Formula 1 website. 'Don't miss this race!' Mexican entertainment company CIE had previously announced the signing of a five-year contract with Ecclestone to host the race at the Hermanos Rodriguez circuit in Mexico City. Commenting on F1′s return to Mexico in today's FIA press conference, Perez was obviously delighted. 'It’s great, I’m so happy,' he said. 'Since I left my home at 13, 14...
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