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Bernie Ecclestone says its business as usual for the Japanese Grand Prix

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Caroline - Unregistered

July 24, 2011 4:53 PM

It's good not only for the moral of the Japanese people to have the race, but good for the economy, it not only shows the country is open for business, but according to ING business consultancy, the average positive economic impact of hosting an F1 GP is $85 million, so that's a reasonable boost to the economy too.

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