Bernie Ecclestone on Sunday sounded confident a solution will be found to keep formula one at Hockenheim in the future.

Bernie Ecclestone on Sunday sounded confident a solution will be found to keep formula one at Hockenheim in the future.

The German circuit, currently annually alternating the German GP rights with the Nurburgring, said recently it no longer willing to pick up the multi-million euro bill due to race losses.

Work has continued behind the scenes on a solution, and as he announced on Sunday that races at Valencia and Suzuka have a strong future, F1 chief executive Ecclestone also sounded confident about Hockenheim.

"We are talking and working on a solution," the 78-year-old is quoted as saying by the German news agency SID.

"I hope we will succeed: maybe next week," the Briton added.

 

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