Everybody but James May loves the Nurburgring, but that hasn't changed the fact that the legendary race track is in dire financial straights, and even went so far as to declare bankruptcy in 2012. Before his bribery trial, it looked like F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone was going to purchase it, but he's been busy getting the inexplicable verdict of "yes he did commit the crime of bribery, but we're only going to punish the person who was bribed, not Bernie." 

Luckily for everyone who likes cars and "vroom" noises, an investment firm based out of Miami called HIG Capital has offered between $82.4 and $96.2 million for the track. We'll be sure to watch this, and let you know if the deal goes through.

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[via Reuters]