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Will there be a Chinese Grand Prix in 2023?

China's first-ever Formula 1 driver, Zhou Guanyu, is looking increasingly likely to be treating the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix as his home race for the second consecutive season, with the 2023 Chinese Grand Prix set to be cancelled. It's been speculated for a while now that the Chinese GP would be scrapped for a third season, as a result of China's incredibly strict ‘covid-zero' approach. The Shanghai International Circuit hasn't hosted an F1 event since 2019, with the Coronavirus pandemic having put a large dent in China's sporting calendar. Large parts of China are actually being put back into lockdown, following record cases across parts of the country....
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