17 September, 2017
Since its debut in 2008, the first ever night race in the F1 calendar proved to be a favorite for fans.
The motorsport series came under new ownership this year when the USA sports and entertainment firm Liberty Media bought out investment fund CVC Capital Partners, and Carey ended Bernie Ecclestone's reign lasting almost 40 years.
"Maybe we don't have the best package for this weekend, but we still have a great vehicle".
"We are looking forward to offering our continued support to make the next four years even more spectacular and exciting".
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With this year's race taking place on Sunday, the event could have received no better boost than confirmation it will continue until at least 2021. Besides India, Korea is another country that could not survive in F1 for long. We are pretty full schedule right now.
"We are incredibly happy to announce this extension and very proud of our partnership", F1 chief executive Chase Carey said at a news conference at the racetrack. We have talked about the opportunity to grow the sport in Asia as well as the Americas.
Carry said the sports revamp has already started. This however, is no longer case, as the country has chose to renew its contract with Formula 1 until 2021. It is still early days. "As always, I am hoping we can have a good result".
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