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Brown: I think Indianapolis should have a Grand Prix

McLaren CEO Zak Brown would like to see a third US-based Grand Prix added to the Formula 1 calendar, highlighting Indianapolis Motor Speedway as his preferred venue. The home of the Indy 500 last hosted an F1 race in 2007, with the US Grand Prix returning to the schedule in 2012 at the Circuit of the Americas. The Miami Grand Prix was confirmed for the 2022 season last week alongside the race at COTA and Brown has now urged the sport to explore further expansion into the US. “I’ve voiced my opinion to Stefano Domenicali that I think Indianapolis should have a Grand Prix,' he told the Indianapolis Star. 'I think I’d like to see in America three Grands Prix, but the schedule may not...
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