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Domenicali reveals 'amazing' French GP project in Nice

F1 chief executive Stefano Domenicali has revealed that the city of Nice on the French Riviera has put together an "amazing project" to host the French Grand Prix. Speaking to a reporter for French daily L'Equipe, Domenicali alluded to the future of France's F1 event which currently resides at the Circuit Paul Ricard. However, the historical home of the French GP has struggled in recent years to hold its own on the calendar as a popular destination for competitors and fans alike. "Historically, France has been an important nation in motorsport," said Domenicali. "You might not know this, but there is an amazing project with Nice, who wants a Grand Prix. It's great,...
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