Doubt for Circuit of Wales after setback

April 2016
Autosport;4/14/2016, p55
The article reports that on a revised financial model proposed to the Welsh government relies the future of the motor race circuit of Wales (CoW) and states that according to Welsh economy minister Edwina Hart, the government would not underwrite this project.


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