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Formula 1 urged to race in Turkey or run two Brazil GPs in 2023

As expected, the 2023 Chinese Grand Prix has officially been cancelled, marking another season without a visit to the Shanghai International Circuit. Whilst the majority of the world has returned to some form of normality following the Coronavirus pandemic, China continues to live by a ‘Covid zero' approach. The country appears set to only reopen to the world once they've completely wiped the illness out of the nation, which is populated by 1.4 billion as of 2021. The Chinese Grand Prix was scheduled for 16 April 2023, two weeks after the Australian Grand Prix and two weeks before the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. READ: Michael Andretti provides update on team entry after receiving warning...
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