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Workers who were made redundant when Mallory Park's previous operators were liquidated have returned to the circuit to speak to the new company running the track.
Real Motorsport Limited signed the lease of Mallory Park on Wednesday and plan to host their first race in charge in March.
Former workers at the track say they're pleased that racers Stuart Hicken and Eddie Roberts have secured the future of their beloved race track.
The new operators of Leicestershire race circuit Mallory Park say they want the track to become a recreation area for families.
They hope to include cycling, triathlon and equestrian events at the track as well as racing.
Stuart Hicken and Eddie Roberts invited ITV News Central to their new home and spoke to us exclusively.
The racers responsible for saving Leicestershire's Mallory Park say racing at the track will resume in March.
Specialist work on changing the acoustics to reduce noise in the village will start now after complaints from residents under the previous owners.
Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, visited the JCB factory in Rocester, Staffordshire today. The manufacturer will be opening new factories in the region and creating 2,500 new jobs.
Staffordshire manufacturer, JCB, is building two new factories and creating 2,500 new jobs.
The firm made the announcement as Chancellor George Osborne toured its headquarters in Rocester this morning.
The plants will be in Beamhurst near Uttoxeter and Cheadle in Staffordshire. The firm will also expand its operations at its HQ.
JCB will today announce plans to invest £150 million to expand its operations in Staffordshire creating 2,500 jobs.
The plans will include a new factory in Beamhurst, near Uttoxeter, to replace the current facility in Rugeley.
A second factory will be built at Cheadle in Staffordshire.
The firm will also expand its operations at its headquarters in Rocester to make hydraulic cylinders.
The company behind the High Speed Rail Link or HS2 rolled in to Leicestershire today, as part of it's public consultation on the proposed route for Phase Two. Those in favour of the project say it will bring our rail network in line with other countries.
But critics argue it's a waste of money and will have limited benefits. Rajiv Popat reports.
Businesses across the region will be hoping for positive news as the Chancellor delivers his Autumn statement later.
Goodyear Tyres in Wolverhampton, and A1 Flues in Nottinghamshire, are among companies in the Midlands calling for more help so they can export more.