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US: Infiniti wants to trademark name of famous Formula 1 turn


The Japanese automaker, Nissan’s luxury arm, is now seeking the US trademark over “Eau Rouge,” a name associated with a historically famous Formula One racetrack bend. The circuit that houses the storied “Eau Rouge” turn is in Belgium, Europe – actually the famed Spa-Francorchamps racetrack that housed this weekend’s Formula One Grand Prix. The turn – dubbed in A.J. Baime’s book ...
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