Formula One has agreed to return a long-standing Grand Prix site on the calendar in 2023.
The Chinese Grand Prix has been extended by Formula One through the 2025 season.
Since the 2019 race, the Shanghai International Circuit has not held a Grand Prix, with the 2020 race being the first to be canceled because to the COVID-19 pandemic. Shanghai had been hosting a race every year since 2004 until this year.
Since the pandemic, Shanghai has failed to return to the calendar, and it is not planned to do so until 2022. F1 will not return to Shanghai until 2023, at the earliest.
“This is great news for all of our fans in China, and we are delighted to announce this agreement that will see us racing in Shanghai until 2025,” said F1 President and CEO Stefano Domenicali.
“Our partnership with the promoter Juss Sports is incredibly strong, and we look forward to continuing our long-term partnership.
“While we are all disappointed we could not include China on the 2022 calendar due to ongoing pandemic conditions, China will be restored to the calendar as soon as conditions allow, and we look forward to being back with the fans as soon as we can.”
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