The Spanish Grand Prix is one of F1’s longest-running events but its venues have often failed to inspire. Will Madrid, its seventh circuit, change that?
Formula 1 has announced a new deal which will keep the Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Catalunya until at least 2026.
The Spanish Grand Prix will return on the 2020 F1 calendar after a new single-year deal to host the race was agreed.
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The president of the Circuit de Catalunya has told RaceFans he believes there is a more than 90% chance a new deal will be signed to keep F1 at the track in 2020.
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