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2022 F1 draft calendar approved with Imola in, China out

Formula 1’s 2022 draft calendar has been approved by the FIA after a meeting of the World Motor Sport Council on Friday, starting in Bahrain and featuring Imola instead of China. The record 23-event season kicks off with a back-to-back races in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia before a planned return to Melbourne for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began. After Australia, Imola is set to replace China, with the race in Shanghai not on next year’s calendar but F1 saying it will return “as soon as conditions allow.” The Miami Grand Prix debuts on May 8, with the Canadian Grand Prix on June 19 and Austin provisionally set for October 23. Like Imola, Spain and Singapore, the United...
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