The future of the British Grand Prix could be decided today amid ongoing doubts about Donington Park's ability to host the race. The venue was given until yesterday to prove that it had the funding needed to stage the event next year. However, it failed to raise the necessary funds. Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone could step in and put up the money himself, but he is more likely to seek a new deal with Silverstone, which has hosted the GP for the last 23 years.