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Is London GP Street Race Closer After Latest News, and Would It Be a Success?

The prospect of a London Grand Prix once again raised its head last week. British Prime Minister David Cameron visited the Williams factory and announced rules governing motorsport events on public roads would be relaxed. Currently, each event requires specific approval via legislation—a bill being passed through Parliament, which can be a long and laborious task even if everyone agrees. Any form of motorsport activity on a public road without such approval is illegal. Under the proposal made by Cameron, control over such things would be passed to local authorities. This would allow much easier, cheaper and quicker approval of events—something the prime minister seemed keen to encourage. He said in a speech (h/t Auto Express): ...

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