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MotorSport Vision CEO Palmer No Longer Interested In Silverstone Takeover

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 24 / 17

MotorSport Vision CEO Jonathan Palmer is "no longer interested in taking over Silverstone, the home of Formula 1's British Grand Prix," according to Matt James of AUTOSPORT. The ex-grand prix driver and father of current Renault F1 racer Jolyon made an official bid for the circuit last year. However...

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