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The famous Nuerburgring goes to a Russian investor


They didn’t manage to impose their will after the Second World War, but maybe the global capitalism move aids them in securing a prized piece of German automotive history. The Russians have taken over the Nuerburgring. According to the circuit’s administrator, the financially troubled Nuerburgring race track in Germany has become the possession of Russian investor Viktor Kharitonin after he purchased ...
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