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YouTube's Chad Hurley Discusses Involvement With USF1
Published August 25, 2009
|Hurley Hopes To Bring His Internet,
Technological Experience To F1
SETTING THE SCHEDULE: The BBC's Sarah Holt reported Suzuka, Japan, will host the '10 F1 Japanese Grand Prix "after reaching an agreement" with F1 Management Chair Bernie Ecclestone. Meanwhile, a separate deal ensured that the European Grand Prix will take place in Valencia, Spain, "for the next five years" after the Valencian government stepped in to fund the race at a "reduced cost with organisers Valmor Sports." Valmor Sports also "requested that the race be moved from August to a date in October." Meanwhile, Holt noted Canada is "likely to rejoin the F1 calendar in 2010, which is expected to be published in October" (BBC.co.uk, 8/23).