Ecclestone sets deadline for Nurburgring rescue 21 July, 2012 Jul.21 (GMM) The clock is ticking if, the alternating German Grand Prix venue, Nurburgring wants to book a place on the 2013 F1 world championship calendar. This was the warning issued on Friday by F1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone, after the German circuit’s management last week launched a voluntary insolvency process. The news has gravely endangered the Nurburgring’s Formula One race, with the track scheduled to appear on the 2013 calendar as per the alternation arrangement with Ecclestone and Germany’s other grand prix venue, Hockenheim. In an interview due to be published by Rhein-Zeitung newspaper on Saturday, Ecclestone confirmed reports that he has offered to waive the Nurburgring’s race sanctioning fee for 2013. But he warned: “The negotiations have to be finished in the next few weeks, if a race is going to take place in 2013.” Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsRussian billionaire buys NurburgringNurburgring buyout on brink of collapseNew Nurburgring owner misses second paymentMagnussen not interested in talking to MassaMercedes backtrack on Brembo blame for Hamilton shuntRicciardo: It’s nice to get respect from FernandoHamilton targets high five in HungaryTech Talk: Hockenheim AnalysisGermany could host two grands prix per yearMassa: Rookies just take it easy!