Formula 1’s 15 years of growth in China have been followed by a five-year absence. Can it regain its lost momentum in a priority market?
Formula 1 has finalised a schedule of 23 races for its 2023 season after confirming the Chinese Grand Prix will not be replaced.
Formula 1 should not replace next year’s cancelled Chinese Grand Prix if it does not find a suitable replacement, McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown believes
Formula 1 has several possible options to replace its cancelled Chinese Grand Prix, but it may not choose any of them.
Formula 1 will not race in China next season after it the series confirmed its scheduled round in Shanghai has been cancelled.
Zhou Guanyu admits he has concerns over whether next season’s Chinese Grand Prix will be able to go ahead as planned due to Covid restrictions in his country.
Zhou Guanyu is confident he will keep his place on the Formula 1 grid next year – and that he will have the chance to compete in his home grand prix.
Formula 1 has announced a new deal to keep the Chinese Grand Prix on the calendar until at least 2025.
The Chinese Grand Prix may disappear from the Formula 1 calendar for the third year in a row, presenting an opportunity for both Imola and Paul Ricard to hold races in 2022.
Formula 1’s Chinese Grand Prix, which was officially “postponed” in February following the Covid-19 outbreak, is facing cancellation.
Fitting the Chinese Grand Prix into the end F1 calendar will be difficult even the threat from the Covid-19 coronavirus recedes, say teams.
The fourth round of the 2020 F1 season at the Shanghai International Circuit has been postponed following the coronavirus outbreak.
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