By John O'Brien SINGAPORE, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Formula One's first night race this weekend is exactly what the glamour series needs to combat the effects of the global financial crisis, teams said on Friday. The feedback received after the opening day of practice left little doubt that the inaugural Singapore grand prix was a vital addition to the calendar. "It would be foolish to think that the external environment does not effect our business," Williams chief operating officer Adam ...
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