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Why a "bonkers" end to 2020 will be a good lesson for F1

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Why a "bonkers" end to 2020 will be a good lesson for F1
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The second-leg of F1's upcoming Bahrain double-header on the outer loop will provide a spectacle unlike any other on the calendar and serve as an acid test for out-of-the-box thinking on future race layouts

As Formula 1 enters the home straight of its 2020 season, it's remarkable to think that the series has not only put on a nearly full calendar - but it could also go down as one of its best schedules ever.

After years and years of endless repeats of pretty much the same race tracks, and some new modern autodromes that failed to live up to the hype, how refreshing has it been for everyone to go to some different places that actually delivered.

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Author Jonathan Noble