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Daniel Ricciardo defends ‘core F1 venues' as Spa, Monza and Monaco face axe

McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo hopes that Monaco still has a place on the Formula 1 calendar as the sport evolves and continues to shift towards new markets. F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has previously spoken of his plan to open out the racing schedule to 30 rounds as the pinnacle of motorsport seeks to re-establish its place in Africa and Asia, as well as adding more races in the United States. The added demographics are a source of excitement for the drivers – Ricciardo has expressed his enthusiasm for the resurrection of a race in Vegas – but the changes do mean that some fan favourites are in danger of being cut. READ: Daniel Ricciardo opens up on apology to Carlos Sainz Belgium,...
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