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GP2 unveils 2014 calendar

Sutton Images Enlarge GP2 has revealed its 2014 calendar and will feature races in Austria and Russia for the first time. The series is set for another 11-round season, with the first race taking place in Bahrain having started in Malaysia this year. As in 2013 there are no standalone races, with all of them on the support card for grands prix. As well as Malaysia, Singapore is also absent from next year's calendar to make room for the two new locations, while the season will once again finish in Abu Dhabi. With pre-season testing taking place in March, CEO Bruno Michel said it is important for GP2 to remain highly visible in the F1 paddock. "2014 will consist of eleven rounds, all...
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