Lauda: German GP demise not Ecclestone’s fault
Germany’s Formula One circuits, and not Bernie Ecclestone, are to blame for the possible demise of the German Grand Prix.
That is the view of Niki Lauda, after the sport’s supremo Ecclestone declared the race essentially “dead” for 2015.
It will end Germany’s six-decade run on the annual F1 calendar, and deprive Mercedes – for whom Lauda is the team chairman – of its home race.
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