Iconic F1 racetrack could be REPLACED with a brand new circuit being built in a different city

Barcelona has hosted the Spanish Grand Prix since 1991, with the track seeing legends such as Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton win there multiple times. Madrid has reportedly made a bid to host the Spanish Grand Prix, publicly releasing a letter to F1 chief Stefano Domenicali. The closest the city has come to hosting was in 1981, when the Spanish GP was held in Jarama, 20 miles north of Madrid. Complete F1 2023 race calendar – details on every Grand Prix this year. However, Italy currently hosts two Grand Prix, at Imola and Monza. The offer from Madrid also comes after the Spanish Grand Prix organisers drew criticism over their poor organisation during last year’s event at Barcelona.

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