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Monaco stays until 2025; Vegas GP on a Saturday

The Monaco Grand Prix will continue in Formula One until 2025. Monaco's contract was up this year and there was doubts about whether F1's most famous event would continue, but on Tuesday F1 confirmed a new three-year deal for the street race. The extension was confirmed alongside F1's race schedule for 2023. The record-breaking 24-race calendar will start with the Bahrain Grand Prix in early March and finish at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in late November. F1 has also confirmed the first ever Las Vegas Grand Prix will take place on Saturday, Nov. 18. Only three F1 races have not taken place on a Sunday, the last being 38 years ago at the 1985 South African Grand Prix. The race, happening on a...
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