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Spanish businessman claims Formula 1 will race in Madrid

Alejandro Agag, a Spanish businessman and boss of Formula E, has claimed Formula 1 will make its way to the Spanish capital of Madrid in the near future. Agag has been in talks with Madrid as the Spaniard pushes for negotiations concerning Formula E, suggesting he has a good insight into the proposed plans for Formula 1 move to the Spanish capital. When speaking with Spanish newspaper Marca, Agag gave his opinion on such matters. “I think Formula 1 is going to Madrid,' he said. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1 job vacancies “The rumours I’m hearing are good, I think they’re doing very well,” he added. “I see it as very feasible. “I can’t tell you if it’s...
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