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F1 expecting to stick with 21-race calendar for 2020

Formula 1 CEO and chairman Chase Carey expects the series to retain a 21-race calendar for the 2020 season despite the planned addition of two new events to the schedule. F1 announced last December that the inaugural Vietnam Grand Prix would be held in Hanoi in April 2020, and is reported to have a deal in principle to add a Dutch Grand Prix to the calendar with a return to Zandvoort next spring. Despite plans to add two races to the schedule, F1 chief Carey said in a Liberty Media investors’ call that he anticipates the calendar to remain at 21 races next year, with two existing rounds set to drop off. “In addition to Hanoi, we also have an agreement in principle to add another new...
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