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Spanish GP possibly at Circuit de Catalunya for another five years

The Circuit de Catalunya in Spain seems to be close to a new agreement with Formula 1. The Catalan government has given green light for a contract extension of five years, which means that the Spanish Grand Prix could be held at the circuit in Barcelona for the next six years. For this, a deal with Formula 1 still has to be agreed upon. Spanish GP possibly next six years at Circuit de Catalunya Nothing official has been confirmed yet about a possible contract extension, but the approval of the Catalan government is an important first step in the process. Earlier this year the circuit extended the contract with Formula 1 for just one year, so another agreement has to be made. Read more...
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