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Carey: Two races set to be replaced on 2020 F1 calendar

Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey has confirmed that next year's calendar shall once again include 21 races, two of which will replace current venues. Next season will see Vietnam join F1's schedule with a street race in Hanoi, while Zandvoort is expected to be the second new race on the docket, with a deal agreed in principle with the promoters of the Dutch Grand Prix. Carey did not reveal the two events set to get the axe for 2020, but it is widely expected that F1 will not be returning to Barcelona next year. Monza has allegedly also secured a contract with Liberty Media while the future remains uncertain for Silverstone, Hockenheim and Mexico City. Monza secured F1 future after fraught battle...
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