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Which Asian Grand Prix Tracks Are Better Than Classic European F1 Circuits?

Despite the necessity for Formula One to broaden its horizons and explore new markets, race tracks in Asia tend to have an unfair reputation in contrast to their European equivalents. While circuits in Europe—particularly Monaco, Silverstone, Spa-Francorchamps and Monza—are a nod to F1's history and heritage, tracks in Asia, where motor racing is very much still in its infancy, represent the future. Venues such as the Bahrain International Circuit and the Yas Marina Circuit, the home of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, are two circuits in particular which have often been accused of sucking the life out of Formula One having only rarely produced compelling action since arriving on the calendar. They are considered to be—as the cr...

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