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|7th July 2009, 19:38||#1|
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Fuji withdraws from F1
The Toyota owned Fuji F1 circuit has withdrawn from formula 1 .
As Suzuka is owned by Honda who have already withdrawn from f1 as a team , the Japanese GP faces a bleak future .
Autosport link :
autosport.com - F1 News: Fuji pulls plug on Japanese GP
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|8th July 2009, 22:17||#2|
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Well, its good that Panasonic Toyota are staying..Its ok that only the circuit is leaving.. It'll be back once the economy recovers and then Toyota and Honda will be fighting to host the races on their track!!
|9th July 2009, 08:52||#4|
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Yeah, the economic down slide has taken a lot of toll on almost all industries and hence, these guys are trying to protect their capital and there by improve their top line and bottom line. I am sure, it is important for them to survive the current situation rather than glow now and die out soon.
|9th July 2009, 10:21||#5|
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Its definitely an economic slowdown that withdraws Fuji from F1. Now we will see who sponsors Japanese GP !!!
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