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F1's return to Africa may not be at Kyalami – Domenicali

Oct.1 Africa's return to the Formula 1 calendar is not dead in the water, according to F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali. A deal for Kyalami, having last hosted a grand prix in 1993, was considered by insiders to be almost a dead certainty for 2023. Ultimately, the deal fell through reportedly for financial reasons. 'The reason is that the F1-appointed local promoter was unable to deliver on the financial guarantees,' Anton Roux, president of Motorsport South Africa (MSA) and a member of the FIA Senate, told News24 last week. 'We now need to replace the local promoter, but I am very confident that we'll be on the 2024 calendar.' Domenicali is also hopeful, but he is leaving the door open for...
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