MADRID, 18 May. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Formula 1 has announced this Wednesday that there will be no substitute for the Russian Grand Prix, so the World Cup will finally have 22 races and not the 23 initially scheduled, according to the competition in a statement.
On February 25, it was agreed, after meetings between Formula 1, the FIA and the teams, to eliminate the Russian GP, which would be held at the Sochi circuit from September 23 to 25, due to the invasion initiated by Russia. in Ukraine.
Now, Formula 1 has revealed that no additional Grand Prix will be added to the World Championship calendar to fill the gap left by the aforementioned GP, so the World Championship of 22 will feature 22 races.