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Red Bull Ring gets final approval for 2014 Austrian GP

Red Bull Ring gets final approval for 2014 Austrian GP 3 January, 2014 Red Bull Ring aerial view Austria's return to the Formula 1 calendar will definitely go ahead this next season. Earlier, although circuit owner Red Bull was given an official spot on the 2014 calendar, organisers did not have all the necessary local approvals in place. Having demolished the old A1-Ring in Spielberg, and relaunched the ‘Red Bull Ring', the energy drink company found itself limited to allowing a mere 40,000 race-day crowd to gather. But Kleine Zeitung newspaper reported on Friday that local authorities have now granted Red Bull's application for a total race weekend crowd of 225,000 for the late...
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