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Hungary extends F1 contract

The Hungarian Grand Prix will remain a staple of the F1 schedule for at least another nine years, after Bernie Ecclestone formalised negotiations on an extension ahead of the 2013 race.The new deal will keep a race at the Hungaroring through to the 2022 season.More to follow....
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