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'Dutch Grand Prix to remain on the F1 calendar in September 2022'

There is still no official calendar for the Formula 1 season of 2022, but Speedweek.com reports that the calendar will consist of 23 races, with the Dutch Grand Prix again in September. A start in Bahrain It's September already, but F1 still has no clarity on the calendar for next season. In fact, with one more race on 'TBC', even the current season's calendar is not complete. That is probably the reason why there is still no clarity about the next calendar, but some pieces of the puzzle have already fallen into place. According to the Austrian media F1 will start with a test week in Barcelona, followed by another test week in Bahrain. After that test the season will start one week later...
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