Brazilian GP

F1 Brazilian GP under threat?

F1 Brazilian GP under threat?

F1 Brazilian GP under threat?

Brazilian journalists have played down Bernie Ecclestone’s warning that the Interlagos race in November could be the last.

F1 supremo Ecclestone triggered alarm this week when he said: “It could be that the grand prix in Brazil this year is the last.”

But experienced Brazilian journalist Victor Martins told UOL’s Grande Premio programme that the 85-year-old Briton’s threat is “puerile and childish”.

“At the end of the day, Brazil has a contract until 2020 at least,” he said.

And Martins’ colleague Gabriel Curty added: “F1 always complains about breaches of contract, so it does not seem logical that now he (Ecclestone) wants to break such a long agreement.”

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