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Portugal reportedly seeking to replace China on 2023 F1 calendar

The Portuguese Grand Prix could return to the calendar in 2023, with Portimao seeking to replace China’s cancelled race. Formula 1 has opted to call off the 2023 Chinese Grand Prix due to the country’s strict zero-Covid policy that is currently in place. The sport has not raced in China since 2019. The cancellation of […]
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