The trials of F1's bid to break America

The trials of F1's bid to break America

Formula 1 has so far failed to establish itself in America, yet the country has now secured deals to host two races per year. The situation, however, remains far from clear, as Tony Dodgins explains

It seems a mite odd that we can establish F1 races in the likes of China, Korea (temporarily maybe) and India but not, seemingly, a permanent one in the US.

It hasn't been for the want of trying. Sebring, Riverside, Watkins Glen, Long Beach, Las Vegas, Detroit, Dallas, Phoenix and Indianapolis have all come and gone over time.

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