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Formula 1 set to be left with big hole in 2023

Formula 1 officials have been left scratching their heads after it was confirmed that the COVID-19 situation in China would once again not allow the Chinese Grand Prix to take place in 2023. “Formula 1 is assessing alternative options to replace the slot on the 2023 calendar and will provide an update on this in due course,” read an official statement from Formula 1. F1 correspondent Andreas Haupt has spoken about the most likely outcome from Formula 1’s hunt for a China replacement on the calendar, suggesting that it is currently proving a struggle to find a logical option. “Moving Azerbaijan forward by two weeks is said to have also been discussed in Formula 1 management,” said...
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