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'Portuguese Grand Prix replaces Chinese GP on 2023 F1 calendar'

There is a good chance that the Portuguese Grand Prix will return to the Formula 1 calendar in 2023. Joao Carlos Costa reports on his Twitter account that Portimao will replace the Chinese Grand Prix next season. Article continues under ad The 2023 F1 calendar features a record 24 races in a single season. Yet the continuation of one GP is in doubt. This is because restrictions surrounding the corona virus are still in place in China, meaning the race may be cancelled for the fourth year in a row. Read more Marko does not see Perez winning over Verstappen: 'No one is capable of that' Portugal back on F1 calendar While the BBC previously reported that no replacement race would be designated...
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