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Lewis Hamilton emphasized how much the Brazilian Grand Prix meant to him after winning in the wet Sunday, but the race's future on the Formula One calendar remains clouded by uncertainty.The final calendar, currently 21 races, will be published later in December 2016 .The 86-year-old Briton said long-standing talks with Argentina, which last hosted a race in 1998, could lead to another South American option but "it would be good not to lose this race".Canadian promoters have sounded optimistic about keeping their Grand Prix but the prospects for Germany, a home race for champions Mercedes and Ferrari's four-time champion Sebastian Vettel, do not look good.
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