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Formula One: Why It Must Keep the Indian GP on the Calendar

There’s a lot to be said for Formula One sticking to its European roots and not branching out to any old Asian or Middle-Eastern country that builds a race circuit. It goes too far, though, to suggest that the logic is totally flawed. Yeongam in Korea had potential, as organisers promised much and built an interesting circuit—but the overall package was terrible. While it failed to galvanise a meaningful attendance, the BBC reported driver outrage at the lack of thought that went into the original pit-lane entry and Kevin Eason of The Times and The Australian attests that it would be a contender for the worst location in the sport. On the opposite end of the spectrum, a prime example of what a new facility can offer the champion...

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