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China extends F1 deal despite sitting out three seasons

China has extended its deal to host a F1 grand prix through to 2025, even though next season will mark the third year in a row that F1 hasn't visited Shanghai. The Chinese Grand Prix was the first to fall off last year's calendar, the Asian country at the epicentre of the pandemic. This year's race was cancelled for the same reason, prompting Formula 1 and the Chinese Grand Prix organisers to also leave the race off next year's calendar as a precaution. Formula 1 though, will be back at the Shanghai International Circuit in 2023, the sport set to return for a further two years after that. F1 extends deal with Chinese Grand Prix until 2025 #ChineseGP 🇨🇳 #F1 pic.twitter.com/H9xzRzNoLR...
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