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F1 circuit for GP Mexico served as hospital until recently

After a one year break Formula 1 returns to the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez next week. The organisation however has to rebuild the F1-circuit because it was used as a hospital during the pandemic. Due to the corona pandemic, Formula 1 had to skip many usual Grands Prix in 2020. The Mexico Grand Prix was one of them, which was particularly bad news for Red Bull Racing. After all, the circuit is arguably the best track for the team. The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez just didn't shut down completely during the pandemic. Indeed, it has served as a hospital to assist the overcrowded healthcare in Mexico. According to Rodrigo Sanchez, the marketing director for the Grand Prix, the circuit is...
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