F1 managing director Ross Brawn has admitted it’s frustrating an agreement has not been yet made to save the British Grand brawn Prix.
The 2019 British GP is currently set to be the last F1 race to be held at Silverstone, with the track’s deal due to expire ahead of next season.
With talks stalling over any potential new deal, he has admitted negotiations have been frustrating with no resolution currently in sight.
“We want to find a solution with Silverstone,” Brawn said. “But we are differing in our views of what’s reasonable.
“We’re not far apart. It’s frustrating that we can’t find a solution.” He added: “I don’t think it will be the final British Grand Prix.
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