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Vettel: Formula 1 needs to be in Germany

Sebastian Vettel says Formula 1 will regret not keeping the German Grand Prix on the race calendar for next season. Ahead of the 2019 campaign, the futures of the five races in Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Mexico, and Spain were in doubt as their contracts to hold a GP did not extend beyond this season. Article continues under video Four of those races have now earned extended deals, with the German GP at Hockenheim the only one to be dropped. Vettel thinks F1 chiefs will realise what they are missing when the 2020 calendar doesn’t come to his native land. "Maybe nothing needs to be done," he said about how the German GP could make a return. "Maybe next year or the...
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