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Criticism of plan for possible GP in Nice: 'That's something for Formula E'

Formula 1 is reportedly in the process of moving the French Grand Prix from Paul-Ricard to Nice to hold a street race. The French coastal town would thus be the replacement for the race in Paul-Ricard and possibly also the replacement for the Monaco Grand Prix. The plan could count on a lot of criticism, including from former Ferrari driver Jean Alesi. Article continues under ad "Since Liberty Media has been in charge, the popularity curve of Formula 1 has skyrocketed," Alesi commented in conversation with NiceMatin. However, according to the former F1 driver, F1 will not have the last word if a possible Grand Prix is actually organised in Nice. According to the Frenchman the...
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