The Nurburgring has now joined Hockenheim in confirming that it will not host a German Grand Prix in 2015.
The fate of the 2015 German Grand Prix is a simple matter of "the fee".
Bernie Ecclestone has suggested the matter of the embattled German Grand Prix is purely financial.
The Nurburgring has tabled an offer in the hope of keeping the German Grand Prix alive in 2015.
Bernie Ecclestone has not concluded a deal with the Nurburgring track.
After the Capricorn deal fell through, a new owner for the German Grand Prix venue at the Nurburgring has already been found.
The famous track has been sold once again.
New promoters at the Nurburgring are not off to a great start.
Robertino Wild responded by suggesting that Hockenheim's alternating scheme may need to be respected
The unpopularity of the Hockenheim race should be ringing alarm-bells for F1.
McLaren hopes for more positive results after Silverstone.
Nurburgring secured its future when it was sold to a Dusseldorf automotive group called Capricorn.
Capricorn is committed to keeping Formula One at the Nurburgring "as long as it remains affordable".
HIG Capital was the high bidder, having pledged EUR 60-70m for the circuit, amusement park and nearby hotels.
F1 chief executive told Baku could be on the annual calendar as soon as next year.
Not likely to be true, but it would be nice if someone could Save the Ring.
Save the Ring.
German prosecutors prepare to send Ecclestone to court.
ADAC is no longer in the running to buy the embattled Nurburgring.
Apparently there is potential buyer for the fabled German circuit.
Nico Rosberg's distinctive yellow F1 helmet was stolen at 2am in the hours before his home Grand Prix at the Nurburgring in July.
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According to Kleine Zeitung newspaper, Walter Kafitz has left "with immediate effect".
Boullier thinks Grosjean has the strengths of any champion