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F1 calendar could expand to 22 races in 2020

The Formula 1 calendar could expand to a 22-race schedule as early as 2020, despite previous claims that next year's calendar will again feature 21 events. Formula 1 has already confirmed that the Netherlands will return after a 35-year absence while the championship will visit Vietnam for the first time. Five events on the 2019 calendar had expiring contracts but Britain completed a new deal, Italy has reached an agreement in principle while Mexico is also expected to stay. That ostensibly left Spain and Germany as the two grands prix that were likely to be dropped. On Friday a Catalan publication claimed that the local government has given the green light regarding funding for a...
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