Frankfurt - A Formula One race in Germany this year looks increasingly unlikely as neither of the country's two circuits have been able to make a deal with series promoter Bernie Ecclestone.
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A spokesman for the Nuerburgring circuit says there has been no agreement with Ecclestone. The Hockenheim circuit chief said earlier this week that his facility would be unable to organize the race within the time remaining.
The German Grand Prix provisionally has been set for July 19. With the two circuits alternating annually, Nuerburgring was scheduled to stage the race. But because it has financial problems, Hockenheim was considered instead.
Nuerburgring spokesman Pietro Nuvoloni says there has been no agreement with Ecclestone. The German circuit wants Ecclestone to take a cut in his fee for staging the race.