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'Liberty Media gets even more options with possible GP in Nice'

The French Grand Prix is often not a very spectacular one. The Paul Ricard circuit has huge run-off lanes, so mistakes often go unpunished. France should fear for its place on the Formula 1 calendar in the future, but possibly the premier class of motor racing will move to Nice. Article continues under ad The contract with Paul Ricard expires after this season and there is not much chance that a new commitment will be made. Next season we get Las Vegas, probably China and possibly South Africa among others and that means that the calendar for 2023 is already overcrowded. So there will have to be cuts by Liberty Media. France is said to be on the nomination to stop racing next year, just...
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