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Australian GP F1 deal extended to 2025

The Australian GP, F1's regular season-opener, will remain on the calendar at Melbourne's Albert Park until at least the end of 2025. Formula 1 confirmed a two-year contract extension on Thursday for the venue that has hosted a Grand Prix since 1996 - and the first race of the year in all but two seasons since. "Today's announcement follows on from last week's, relating to the British Grand Prix and is proof that more and more promoters are sharing our long-term vision for the future of Formula 1," said F1 chairman Chase Carey. The British GP was handed a new five-year deal ahead of last weekend's Silverstone race. Australia has hosted an F1 race since 1985, with Adelaide...
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