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Brazil president says Formula 1 will move to new Rio track

Newly-elected Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has declared that the Brazilian Grand Prix will move to Rio de Janeiro in 2020. According to Bolsonaro, the race will move to a newly constructed and privately-funded circuit in Rio, which will be named after the country's most successful driver, the late Ayrton Senna. Speaking to local media, the President revealed that the new circuit will be built in the Deodoro district and it hoped to complete construction by the end of the year, with the aim to move the race from Sao Paulo to Rio in 2020. However constructing a new circuit from scratch within a year seems almost impossible, whilst Sao Paulo holds a deal to host the 2020...
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