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F1 won’t race in Russia this year after Ukraine invasion


LONDON (AP) — Formula One says it is “impossible” to hold a race in Russia this year following the country’s invasion of Ukraine. The Russian Grand Prix had been scheduled for Sochi on Sept. 25. F1, governing body FIA and the teams agreed not to race there. F1 says in a statement “it is impossible to hold the Russian Grand Prix in the current circumstances.”

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