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*[[Melbourne]], [[Australia]]
 
*[[Melbourne]], [[Australia]]
 
*[[Monaco]]
 
*[[Monaco]]
The Crown Jewel of the Formula One Season.  For those on a budget, consider staying in [[Lyon]], and take the train to the circuit.  There is a large general admission area near the Rascasse from which you can see most of the track, and the large screen on the other side of the harbor. As opposed to other tracks, the Formula One racing takes place on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
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The Crown Jewel of the Formula One Season.  For those on a budget, consider staying in [[Lyon]], and take the train to the circuit.  There is a large general admission area called Sector Rocher from which you can see about half of the track, and the large screen on the other side of the harbor; as there is no reserved seating, places fill up early.  Unlike at other circuits, the Formula One racing takes place on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
 
*[[Montreal]], [[Canada]]
 
*[[Montreal]], [[Canada]]
 
*[[Monza]], [[Italy]]
 
*[[Monza]], [[Italy]]
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*[[San Marino]]
 
*[[San Marino]]
 
*[[Silverstone]], [[United Kingdom]]
 
*[[Silverstone]], [[United Kingdom]]
Traffic in and out of the circuit is notoriously bad.
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Traffic in and out of the circuit is notoriously bad.
 
*[[Shanghai]], [[China]]
 
*[[Shanghai]], [[China]]
 
*[[Suzuka]], [[Japan]]
 
*[[Suzuka]], [[Japan]]
 
*[[Sepang]], [[Malaysia]] (near [[Kuala Lumpur]])
 
*[[Sepang]], [[Malaysia]] (near [[Kuala Lumpur]])

Revision as of 06:35, 21 October 2005

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The Formula One racing season changes yearly, but the following Formula One tracks are currently in use.

The Crown Jewel of the Formula One Season. For those on a budget, consider staying in Lyon, and take the train to the circuit. There is a large general admission area called Sector Rocher from which you can see about half of the track, and the large screen on the other side of the harbor; as there is no reserved seating, places fill up early. Unlike at other circuits, the Formula One racing takes place on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

Traffic in and out of the circuit is notoriously bad.

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