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I have no reason to hope US GP is a success although if it sustains jobs that's a good thing.
As a predominently armchair viewer of motorsport (and 100% armchair viewer of F1 now) I actually have no interest in where the races are, other than the classic tracks. To me, Malaysia=China=Singapore etc etc, I'm only bothered about whether there will be a good race or not and I wasn't even aware that last weeks race WAS in India until half-way through. Why does it matter?