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Formula 1 is celebrating reaching the major milestone of its 1000th world championship race. But will it make it to 2000? And, if it does, just what would the F1 of the future look like?
As Formula 1 celebrates its 1000th world championship race this weekend in China, it's inevitable that the focus will be on celebrating some of the great moments that have made the championship a global icon. But the time for reflection will not last long.
F1 has made it this far because in sporting terms it has actually wasted little time in holding on to the past. It's all been about what comes next: whether it is a team chasing a faster car, a driver pursuing his next victory or bosses chasing the next big deal.
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