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F1 in the United States | No race for years, three GPs starting in 2023

Formula 1 has always had a blinkered relationship with the United States since its first season in 1950. No less than ten different circuits in the U.S. have already been allowed to host a Grand Prix. In 2022 the Miami GP will be the eleventh and in 2023 Las Vegas will be the twelfth. Can these circuits remain on the calendar for an extended period of time? From Indy 500 to Watkins Glen The first official race held by Formula 1 in America was the Indianapolis 500. From 1950 through 1960, the Indy 500 was a round on the F1 calendar, but often there were no drivers running that race. Instead of the Indy 500, America looked for a permanent place to host a Grand Prix. In 1959, Sebring was...
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