No racing license for Donington Park

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Donington Park, the new venue for the BP in 2010, failed to get a racing license by the Motor Sport Association. According to the 'Evening Telegraph', the MSA rejected the application because improvement works at the circuit had diminished the amount of run-off between the Coppice and Macleans corners. An MSA spokesman confirmed that there is "no quick resolution" to the "substantial" problem, but Dave Fern from Donington Park insisted that the track will be ready for the F1 race next year.