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F1 Race Test Of Abu Dhabi's Capability To Host Big Int'l Events
Published October 29, 2009
|Officials Hoping Sunday's F1 Race Can
Put UAE On Map For Hosting Big Int'l Events
END OF AN ERA? In London, Tom Cary reported the future of the British Grand Prix, "one of the two oldest continuously staged races in the Formula One world championship, remains in the balance, with discussions between" F1 Management Chair Bernie Ecclestone and Silverstone Circuit manager Silverstone Holdings Limited "at a deadlock." Ecclestone is "back negotiating with Silverstone after Donington Park, which had won a 17-year deal to stage the race from next year, failed to raise" the US$222.4M necessary to upgrade the circuit (London TELEGRAPH, 10/27).