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Vettel: F1 must use common sense to protect classic races

Sebastian Vettel feels Formula 1 bosses should make decisions on "common sense" when shaping the sport's future calendar and do more to protect classic, well-attended races. F1 is poised for its longest season yet in 2020 with the addition of new races in Vietnam and the Netherlands, with the German Grand Prix set to drop off the schedule. Races in more traditional F1 markets such as Germany, Spain and Italy have come under pressure in recent years, and while officials are eager to strike a balance with new 'destination cities', Vettel has stressed the importance of looking after the classic events. "I hope that we don’t lose this race," Vettel said of the German...
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