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F1 extends deal with Melbourne through 2035

Formula 1 has announced a long-term extension with Melbourne, which will continue to host the Australian Grand Prix until at least the end of 2035. F1 has raced at the Albert Park Circuit since 1996, with the event only failing to take place on two occasions due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In 2023, Formula 2 […]
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