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Brazil president says Rio has a deal with F1 for 2020!

Brazil's president Jair Bolsonaro announced on Wednesday that Rio de Janeiro will host the Brazilian Grand Prix from 2020. A return of F1 to Rio was alluded to recently by the state's governor, Wilson Witzel, who said that Liberty Media was very much in favour of seeing F1 move away from its current venue at Interlagos and settle in Rio. President Bolsonaro told the media that that an agreement had been signed with governor Witzel and Rio mayor Marcelo Crivella for the construction of a circuit located in the city's Deodoro area. Formula 1 to visit Chicago for Soldier Field Fan Festival "The management of F1 has decided to maintain a grand prix in Brazil, but Sao Paulo has become...
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