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Could Madrid street race replace Barcelona on F1 calendar?

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is just one of four tracks to have appeared each year on the Formula 1 calendar since 1991 but its future is unclear. In 2021, organisers announced they would continue to host the Spanish Grand Prix until 2026 but Madrid has increasingly been linked to taking over the running of the event from 2027. F1's popularity in Spain has wavered throughout this century but Fernando Alonso's presence on the grid, particularly during his winning years at Renault and Ferrari, have been crucial for the Spanish GP's presence on the calendar. Brundle on 'energised' Spanish GP, more Max magic and Mercedes' resurgence Max Verstappen claims dominant Spanish GP win ahead of...
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