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Azerbaijan Grand Prix extends F1 deal to 2023

The Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku will continue at least until 2023 after the organisers of the event renewed their contract, Formula 1 management announced on Tuesday. The renewal is the first to be signed in 2019, with the Azerbaijan Grand Prix following the Belgian, Chinese, German, Japanese and Singapore races extending their deals over the previous two years. “We are very pleased to have renewed this agreement which will see the Azerbaijan Grand Prix feature on the FIA Formula One world championship calendar for many years to come,” F1 Chairman and CEO Chase Carey said in a statement confirming the three-year extension. “In just a short space of time, this race has become one of...
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