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Italian GP gets extended Formula 1 deal

Charles Leclerc during the 2019 Italian Grand Prix event The Italian Grand Prix will now remain on the Formula 1 calendar at least until 2025, the mayor of Monza has announced. A new, five-year contract between the Automobile Club d’Italia (ACI) and F1 was confirmed on the eve of last year’s grand prix at Monza, after the event had been listed as ‘subject to contract signature’ on the release of the draft 2020 calendar. Mayor Dario Allevi’s announcement of the one-year extension included the revelation that this year’s Italian Grand Prix is set to proceed, behind closed doors. “The President of the ACI, Angelo Sticchi Damiani, confirmed to me that the Italian Grand Prix will...
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