Formula 1: Chinese GP cancelled because of country’s ‘ongoing difficulties’ with Covid

Next year’s Chinese Grand Prix has been cancelled by Formula 1 because of “ongoing difficulties” with Covid. The Shanghai race was due to return in April for the first time since 2019. China had been scheduled to host the fourth race of the 2023 season on 16 April. Next year’s F1 calendar features a record 24 races – the season would be the longest ever even if China is not replaced. BBC Sport takes a look back at the controversial moments of Uruguay’s 2010 World Cup quarter-final against Ghana before their meeting at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Morocco end 36 years of World Cup hurt by progressing to the knockout stage – then set their sights on going all the way.

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