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India to join F1 racing circuit from 2011

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone said has confirmed that India will join the F1 racing circuit, with record 20 races taking place next season.


London, Apr 17 : Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone said has confirmed that India will join the F1 racing circuit, with record 20 races taking place next season.

And the grand prix supremo hinted more races could be on the way.

"We are not dropping anything. It's 20 races - getting ready for 25!" The Sun quoted Ecclestone, as saying.

The billionaire is looking to return F1 to the United States with a street race around New York.

There are also plans for a street race in Rome and he is in talks about a grand prix in Russia.

Ecclestone insisted this year's maiden Korean Grand Prix would go ahead in October after a visit to the site of the track this week.

ANI

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