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Wow, I don't get the hate. An F1 race builds support. 14 years after Sepang debuted we had two Malaysian F1 teams. 7 years after China debuted, we have the first Chinese F1 driver. The only races that I can think of that are abysmal failures are Turkey and Valencia (interestingly, both in Europe), soon to be joined by Nurberg. Why? Because Europe is bankrupt. Why are you whinging and hating when the new money out east is the only thing keeping F1, the sport we love and watch, interesting and successful? Plus the night races look fantastic. Was either Abu Dhabi or Singapore boring this year? No, both were fantastic races. Did you have to alter you schedule for either? No, both were at the usual time. Add another Race out east. EVEN IF it's a boring track, how is it any different than Hungaroring or Valencia? Oh that's right, they can pay more. Fine by me.



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