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Qatar added to 2021 calendar with 10 year deal announced

Formula 1 has confirmed that the Losail International Circuit at Qatar will hold it's first ever Grand Prix in 2021, with a 10 year deal signed from 2023 onwards. The circuit has played host to MotoGP since 2004 and the races inclusion to the calendar makes a Middle East finale for the last three rounds of the season. The Qatar Grand Prix will replace the cancelled Australian Grand Prix for 2021 as Covid-19 restrictions made travelling to Melbourne impossible. The final number of rounds for 2021 will be 22, one fewer than was originally planned The round will slot in between the Brazilian GP, and the inaugural Saudi Arabia GP on 19-21 November. Formula 1 A statement from F1 said: 'There...
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