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Formula 1 interested in adding second race in China

Fans at the 2019 Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai, which was won by Lewis Hamilton



Formula 1 is seeking to establish a second race in China to grow the sport in one of its most important markets.

Sean Bratches, the sport's commerical boss, said he favoured a street race and was meeting delegates from six potential host cities this week.

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Dakar Rally moves to Saudi Arabia from 2020 (2019)

Some 334 competitors started the 2019 Dakar rally on five different categories of vehicle - 180 completed the 10 stages



The Dakar Rally will be held in Saudi Arabia from 2020, with organisers promising an "unknown landscape and uncharted terrain".

The race - formerly known as the Paris-Dakar - has been held across South America since 2009.

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MotoGP: Marc Marquez wins in Argentina to take overall lead


Marquez coasted to his 45th victory in the top class division



World champion Marc Marquez claimed his first victory of the season with an emphatic win at the Argentine MotoGP.

The 26-year-old Spaniard, winner of five of the past six championships, was edged into second place by Andrea Dovizioso at the opening race in Qatar.

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Lewis Hamilton wins Bahrain GP after Charles Leclerc loses power



Lewis Hamilton inherited victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix after an engine problem hit runaway leader Charles Leclerc's Ferrari late in the race.

Leclerc had dominated after retaking the lead following a poor start and was on course for a maiden victory when his hybrid system failed.

Read more: Lewis Hamilton wins Bahrain GP after Charles Leclerc loses power

Mick Schumacher eighth in standings after Formula 2 debut at Bahrain Grand Prix

Mick Schumacher (centre) is set to test with the Ferrari and Alfa Romeo F1 teams in Bahrain on Tuesday



Mick Schumacher, son of Formula 1 great Michael, sits eighth in the Formula 2 standings after his debut weekend at the Bahrain Grand Prix.

The 20-year-old German finished eighth in race one on Saturday, meaning he started on pole in Sunday's second race after grid positions were reversed.

Read more: Mick Schumacher eighth in standings after Formula 2 debut at Bahrain Grand Prix


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