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Mexico's return – it’s good to be back

With the probable exception of CVC’s bank manager, it is a struggle to find anyone who is entirely at ease with the modern F1 calendar. The myriad causes of its current form are by now well-known, as are the various manifestations. The world’s oldest Grand Prix, the French – long thought untouchable – has now been gone for years. Many popular stop-offs – Spa, Montreal, Suzuka – were threatened and even dropped for a while. Imola has been dropped definitively. Plenty of new venues where not many of the locals appear interested, and/or are hosted and bankrolled by a rather unpleasant regime, have in their stead parachuted in.  As if to prove that there...
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