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Ecclestone Sets Wednesday Deadline For U.S. Grand Prix Financial Guarantee
Published November 28, 2011
GREEN LIGHT: Ecclestone Thursday said the '12 Bahrain Grand Prix, scheduled for April, will go ahead as planned "unless something terrible happens to stop us." The '11 race was canceled due to unrest in the country. When asked what he would do if trouble flared up ahead of the race next year, Ecclestone said, "I'd wait and see what happened and then decide. Up to now they've done everything they said they were going to do" (London TELEGRAPH, 11/25).