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Wolff: German fans have Formula 1 hangover

Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff believes that Formula 1 as a sport has taken a back seat in Germany, because fans have been used to success of first Michael Schumacher and more recently Sebastian...
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Mercedes to help save German GP says Wolff

Concerns are growing that the German Grand Prix will really will be dropped from the 2015 calendar. Officially, the country is still set to host a Formula 1 race in July, but neither the Nurburgring or...
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Lauda neutral on chances of German GP survival

The chances of Germany hosting a Formula One Grand Prix this year are only 50-50 despite determined efforts to save it, according to Niki Lauda. The retired triple world champion, now non-executive...
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Nurburgring say they cannot afford Ecclestone fees

A deal to keep the German Grand Prix on this year's Formula 1 calendar is still lingering and not yet done and dusted. The Nurburgring was scheduled to return in 2015, but the financially-troubled...
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Nurburgring submits proposal to save German GP

The Nurburgring promoters have tabled an offer with the goal of keeping the German Grand Prix alive in 2015. The F1 paddock - and particularly Germany's prominent representatives including Mercedes,...
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Now Ecclestone says German GP not dead yet

The ongoing saga of the on-off-on-off 2015 German grand prix is reportedly not dead yet, even though last week Bernie Ecclestone told a German correspondent that the country will fall off this year's...
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Ecclestone comments catch Nurburgring by surprise

The apparent demise of Formula 1's historic German grand prix is causing a stir in the country, after Bernie Ecclestone triggered controversy when he told the Rheine Zeitung newspaper that Germany will...
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German GP demise a disaster says Lauda

Formula 1 legend and Mercedes F1 team boss Niki Lauda says the demise of the German Grand Prix would be a disaster for the sport. Amid the Nurburgring's ownership troubles and Hockenheim not agreeing...
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Rosberg saddened by German GP uncertainty

Nico Rosberg had little to worry about in Formula One's pre-season testing on Tuesday, completing 151 trouble-free laps for Mercedes at Jerez, but did express concern about the uncertainty hanging over his...
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German GP unlikely in 2015 claims Ecclestone

Germany - home of world champions Mercedes - looks unlikely to host a Formula 1 Grand Prix this year but there is still time to secure a deal, the sport's commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone told Reuters...
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Ecclestone casts further doubt on German GP

Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone is touting Germany's chances of staying on the 2015 grand prix calendar at "less than 50 per cent". The Nurburgring was due to return to the schedule in 2015, but...
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Nurburgring still negotiating with Ecclestone

Nurburgring officials are still in talks with Bernie Ecclestone about hosting the 2015 German Grand Prix as scheduled, despite reports that Hockenheim would host this year's race. The F1 supremo has...
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Ecclestone hints there may be no 2015 German GP

Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has thrown doubt on this year's German Grand Prix taking place at either Nurburgring or Hockenheim (above). The 84-year-old, who said last week that the July 19 race...
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Nurburgring not giving up on 2015 grand prix

The Nurburgring is not giving up on hanging onto the German grand prix,despite the announcement by Bernie Ecclestone that, amid the venue's ownership uncertainties, its return to the calendar this year...