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Donald, what is wrong with you? Bahrain and Abu Dhabi could be axed for all I care, but I think the Austin track looks absolutely brilliant, Sepang has proven quite popular with the drivers and Buddh wasn't bad either. All of these are certainly way better than Imola, a track I'm sure no race fan will miss as it was all but impossible to overtake there. No amount of screaming tifosi could make those procession races exciting. I think we could easily ditch the Hungaroring too on account of providing crap racing. Silverstone is also notoriously difficult to overtake on but at least it is a a flowing, challenging track.
Personally I think that F1 really should be racing on the very best and most challenging circuits (which would obviously need to be safe aswell), regardless of where in the world they are! That way, if you wanted a GP, you'd have to build a circuit worthy of one!