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Ranking the 10 Best European F1 Tracks

There was a time when Formula One’s “world championship” was really anything but, with just a token flyaway at the Indianapolis 500 (not contested by most Grand Prix outfits) the only race outside of Europe. A concentrated effort to take in genuine trips to North America grew to include South American voyages as well as races in Japan and Australia which would fast become a staple of the calendar. We’re now perfectly used to the calendar encompassing tracks from the Middle-East and Asia, too. The majority of these circuits are brought to you courtesy of Hermann Tilke, F1’s favourite designer, who cut his teeth on the “new” nine-corner A1 Ring almost 20 years ago and is now the brains behind every ne...

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