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European Grand Prix 2016 Preview: Start Time, TV Info, Weather, Schedule, Odds

In a most unlikely grand prix double-header, the Formula One circus is leaving an unseasonably cold and dreary Montreal behind this week and racing halfway around the world for the more hospitable climes of Baku, Azerbaijan, on the shores of the Caspian Sea. Beginning in 1983, the European Grand Prix was typically used as a way to get around the rule that each country could host only one race per season (for example, Germany hosted two races in the early 2000s, while Michael Schumacher was dominating F1; later, Spain had two at the height of Fernandomania). Now, after a three-year absence, the European Grand Prix is returning to the calendar—the only problem is there isn't even a consensus that Azerbaijan is actually in Euro...

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