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F1 has no argument with Russia - Ecclestone

Formula One has no argument with Russia and the country's debut grand prix will go ahead as planned in October despite the crisis in Ukraine, Bernie Ecclestone said on Friday. "We have a contract. Our friends there, they are happy with the contract so we'll be there," the sport's 83-year-old commercial supremo told Reuters in the Belgian Grand Prix paddock. "If people have got arguments with Russia, maybe they have (issues). I don't know. We haven't got any." Sochi, the Black Sea resort which hosted the Winter Olympics in February, is due to stage the first Russian Grand Prix on October 12. The governing FIA has already given the circuit its seal of approval but the...
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