French GP ready to making a comeback to F1, Gilles Dufeigneux, who in June was appointed by French Prime Minister Francois Fillon to lead efforts to organize the race’s return, met with F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone at the Belgian GP earlier this year and insists: “Things are moving in a very real way”.
“All the indicators are green now, or soon will be,” added Dufeigneux. “My current mood is summarised with three words: optimism, prudence, humility. We have entered the stage of completion and we can say that final decisions will be made very soon, in January or early February.”
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