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Spanish Grand Prix to remain in Barcelona until 2026

Formula 1 has inked a deal which means the Spanish Grand Prix will continue at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya until 2026. The race in Spain has been held 51 times, nine times at Jarama, five times at Jerez, four at Montjuic Park and on two occasions at Pedralbes. Barcelona has hosted the race 31 times and has been a mainstay on the Formula 1 calendar since 1991 when Nigel Mansell driving a Williams won the race. This year's race was won by Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton. MotoGP has also extended its deal with the venue until 2026. The 2022 Spanish Grand Prix is scheduled for 22 May. Statement: Formula 1 is delighted to announce that we have renewed our contract with the Circuit de...
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