Despite Britain opening its roads to racing, Bernie Ecclestone has cast doubt over the possibility of a London Grand Prix.
Earlier this week, Prime Minister David Cameron paved the way for F1 to hit the streets of London when he gave local authorities the power to close public roads for street racing.
And although Ecclestone admits this is a "step in the right direction", the F1 supremo says there are still a lot of other hurdles that need to be overcome.
He told Press Association: "In the past we spoke to the old mayor and all sorts of people.
"It just depends on what we can come up with commercially because how are we going to fund it?
"The news is good, but I...
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