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Domenicali in talks with promoters for F1 return to Kyalami

Formula 1 chief executive Stefano Domenicali is reportedly in South Africa to hold talks with local notables over a potential return of the sport to Kyalami. Domenicali traveled to South Africa right after Sunday's Azerbaijan Grand Prix to meet with Warren Scheckter, the nephew of 1979 F1 World Champion Jody Scheckter and the man leading his country's efforts to revive its F1 heritage and to a Grand Prix back to Kyalami. Scheckter has been at the forefront of South Africa's plans to stage a round of the F1 World Championship for several years. But Liberty Media's interest in gaining a foothold on the African continent has ramped up recently. Read also: French GP likely to rotate with other...
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