By Editor on Thursday, September 5, 2013 The Mexican Grand Prix is set to return for the first time in over two decades next season.
The race has not been held since 1992 but is scheduled to take place on November 9th next year after teams were given a copy of the provisional 2014 calendar ahead of this weekend's Italian Grand Prix.
As expected there is no room for the proposed race in New Jersey, although the return of Mexico – and the inaugural Russian Grand Prix – means that there will be a record 21 races in 2014.
The season is set to begin in Australia on March 16th, with five flyaway races before Formula 1 returns to Europe. The Korean Grand Prix – subject to...
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