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British Grand Prix to clash with men's Wimbledon final next year as F1's 2017 20-race calendar is confirmed

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British Grand Prix to clash with men's Wimbledon final next year as F1's 2017 20-race calendar is confirmedThe 2017 British Grand Prix will clash with next year's men's Wimbledon final for the second year running. F1's governing body, the FIA, has formally ratified the 20-race schedule for next year.
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