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Competition for Spanish GP: Madrid sends letter to F1'.

Madrid wants a place on the Formula 1 calendar. No circuit that meets the sport's requirements is ready yet, but a letter has been written to Stefano Domenicali. Article continues under ad Spanish GP The Spanish Grand Prix has been held at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya since 1991 and testing also takes place there frequently. For Madrid an F1-race has been a while ago. In 1981 Gilles Villeneuve won on the Circuito del Jarama in the province of Madrid. This circuit was used eleven times between 1967 and 1981 for an F1-race, although two races did not count for the official calendar. In 1913 there was also a Spanish GP in Guadarrama, Madrid, but this was before F1 existed. Read more...
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