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Second Chinese F1 Grand Prix edges closer to reality

The 2018 Chinese Grand Prix (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

A second annual Formula 1 grand prix in China is “100 per cent” realistic, series’ chief executive Stefano Domenicali has said.

Speaking to motorsport outlet The Race this week, Domenicali said another Chinese city has expressed interest in hosting a race in the coming years, spurred by the emergence of Guanyu Zhou, who next year will become China’s first F1 driver after signing for Alfa Romeo. 

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