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Formula 1 extends Chinese GP deal until 2025

Formula 1 has extended its contract with organisers of the Chinese Grand Prix, securing the event's future until 2025. China first featured on the calendar at the Shanghai International Circuit in 2004 and from 2009 the event has been held early in the season. It has not been present on the calendar since the outbreak […]
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