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Malaysian want F1 return but circuit boss is in no rush

Malaysia’s prime minister has said he wants Formula 1 to return to the country but there have been no talks with the sport’s owners, according to Sepang circuit boss Razlan Razali. The grand prix dropped off the calendar in 2017 with Razali saying then that it was financially unviable and Malaysia would not continue even if the race was offered for free. “Right now, we are not desperate to want it back,” Razali told Reuters during a visit to London on Wednesday, adding that nothing could happen before 2022. There were also no guarantees that Formula One was interested. “Yes, our prime minister has made a few statements. He hopes one day it comes back, but I’m not here to knock...
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