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French GP possibly returns in 2013 F1 with Magny-Cours



Following the delay of New Jersey Grand Prix, provisionally 2013 formula 1 calendar now 19 races. F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone try to hard return of the French Grand Prix with Magny-Cours for next season. Recent some reports said that it will be scheduled a week before the British Grand Prix.

The New Jersey Grand Prix postponed to 2014 F1 season due to problems with the financing, as a result distant only 19 Grand Prix calendar and place in between the Canadian GP on 9 June 2013 and the British Grand Prix on 30 June 2013 there is a gap of three weeks. Magny-Cours as a substitute in New Jersey Formula 1 calendar

Three French guys now the part of the Formula 1, Lotus F1’s Romain Grosjean, Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne and Marussia’s Charles Pic. At the last GP France 2008 not a single Frenchman was at the start.

Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone told Auto Motor und Sport. “If we go to France, then at Magny-Cours” There, the GP circus had gas benefits from 1991 to 2008.

Schedule already predicted that 23rd June 2013, a week before Silverstone. “Would it make sense, does it?” Asks Ecclestone back with a wink. That is with him almost a kind of consent.

Former four-time world champion Alain Prost was reported to be in Abu Dhabi last weekend to talk about the possibility of hosting the race at the Paul Ricard circuit, but his efforts appear to have been for naught.

But the disadvantage of the Paul Ricard is mainly used as a test track and there are limited grandstand seats. The organizer would at a Grand Prix once invest in infrastructure. Magny-Cours are all there
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