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A1 Ring

Abu Dhabi

Adelaide

African motor racing

Aida (Tanaka International)

Aintree

Anderstorp

Austrian racing circuits

AVUS

Bahrain

Barcelona (Circuit de Catalunya)

Brands Hatch

Bremgarten

Bridgehampton

Brooklands

Buenos Aires (Autodromo Oscar Galvez)

Caribbean motor racing

Chicago Motor Speedway

Clermont Ferrand

Cleveland

Dallas

Daytona International Speedway

Detroit

Dijon Prenois

Donington Park

Estoril

Hockenheim

Hungaroring

Imola (Autodromo Enzo & Dino Ferrari)

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Interlagos (Autodromo Carlos Pace)

Ireland

Istanbul

Italian road racing

Jacarepagua

Jarama

Jerez

Kyalami

Laguna Seca

Las Vegas

Latin American motor racing

Le Mans

Long Beach

Macau

Magny-Cours

Melbourne

Mellaha, Libya

Mexico City (Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez)

Michigan International Speedway

Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course

Milwaukee Mile

Monaco

Montlhery

Montreal (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve)

Mont-Tremblant

Monza (Autodromo Nazionale)

Mosport

Mount Fuji

Mugello (Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello)

Nazareth Raceway

Nippon Autopolis

Nivelles

Nurburgring

Paul Ricard

Phoenix

Phoenix International Raceway

Portland International Raceway

Portugal

Reims

Riverside

Road America

Rouen-Les Essarts

Sears Point International Raceway

Sebring International Raceway

Sepang International

Shanghai International Circuit

The People's Republic of China had wanted to host a Formula 1 Grand Prix as early as April 1992 the Chinese announced plans to build an international standard racing facility on a 1000-acre site at Zhuhai, near Hong King.

Silverstone

Singapore

Spa-Francorchamps

Suzuka International Racing Course

Valencia

Watkins Glen

Zandvoort

Zolder