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Hungaroring set to extend F1 deal to 2037, promises circuit upgrades

An agreement in principle has been made between Formula 1 and the Hungaroring to extend its deal to host the Hungarian Grand Prix by a further five years, which would take its existing agreement up until 2037. The new deal will see Hungary potentially host its 50th World Championship Grand Prix, a feat only achieved […]
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