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5 Venues We’d Love to See Added to the F1 Circuit

Last week, a 21-race calendar was revealed ahead of the 2015 Formula One season. It featured each of the events that took place during the 2014 campaign as well as two "new" additions: Mexico, returning to the calendar for the first time since 1992, and, curiously, Korea. The Korean Grand Prix was previously a presence on the schedule between 2010 and '13, when the Yeongam track fell off the calendar having consistently produced dull races and failed to gain any popularity among competitors and spectators alike. The news of its return, then, was met with despair and a feeling that the Korean GP was a waste of the 21st spot given the quality of other race circuits across the globe. The successful return of the Austrian Grand Prix in 2014 pro...

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