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Topic - Francois Dumontier
Quebec Premier Pauline Marois says she hopes to reach an agreement that will keep Formula One racing in Montreal after the current deal expires in 2014.
Canadian Grand Prix organizers say a worker at the track hosting the race is in critical condition after he was run over by a crane removing a car from the course after the checkered flag.
A volunteer track worker at the Canadian Grand Prix died Sunday after being run over by a crane removing a car from the course after the checkered flag.
NASCAR will not race in Montreal next season after the promoter pulled the plug on the six-year relationship when he couldn't secure a premiere Sprint Cup Series event.
"It's terrible," Dumontier said. "It tarnishes the superb weekend that we had. I am devastated to learn this. I don't have any other words."
Race promoter Francois Dumontier said the man was about 38 years old.