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Mexican Formula 1 Grand Prix To Emphasize Day Of The Dead

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 24 / 17

Mexican Grand Prix organizers "are planning to bring more" of a flavor of the country's Day of the Dead festivities to this year's race, after "previous reticence" due to Formula 1's "inherent danger and tragic past," according to Alan Baldwin of REUTERS. The Oct. 29 race precedes the annual "D...

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