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Should the Spanish Grand Prix stay on the calendar?

The Spanish Grand Prix, one of the longest standing events on the Formula 1 calendar, looks set to be replaced by Zandvoort for the 2020 season, according to reports. The race, whether it be at Jerez, Catalunya or any other track that's hosted it, has consistently been part of the schedule since 1951, and will be absent from it for the first time since 1985. Does it deserve its spot on the calendar? Or is it being rightfully removed? Let's take a look at both sides… The case for the Spanish Grand Prix  The crowd Many races, such as the Turkish Grand Prix, have been removed from the calendar due to empty grandstands and a general lack of interest. It's fair to say the Spanish Grand...
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