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Madrid publicly expresses interest in hosting Formula 1 race

Madrid has publicly expressed an interest in bringing Formula 1 to the Spanish capital. Formula 1 last visited the region in 1981 when permanent facility Jarama hosted the Spanish Grand Prix. Spain’s national grand prix has been held at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya since 1991 and its contract was recently extended through 2026. During that […]
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