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FIA happy with Portimão F1 preparation progress

FIA race director Michael Masi has declared the upgrades at Portimão are "progressing extremely well" ahead of Formula 1's maiden visit to the Algarve. F1 has not raced in Portugal since 1996 after a 13-year spell at Estoril, but the country is back on the calendar following F1's remarkable efforts in securing a number of races across Europe at new or previously used tracks in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Article continues under video Along with the Nürburgring, Istanbul and Mugello, Portimão was added as races in Asia and the Americas were ruled out. In preparation for the visit of F1, the circuit has undergone a series of upgrades, including resurfacing and the...
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