What Malaysia's anger reveals about F1's problems

What Malaysia's anger reveals about F1's problems

The Malaysian Grand Prix will no longer be a Formula 1 fixture after this season. Fans may not think they'll miss it, but the reasons behind its departure are a warning F1 shouldn't ignore

When news broke that Malaysia will drop off the Formula 1 calendar at the end of the season after reaching agreement to end its deal a year early, the reaction was largely muted.

If the same had happened to the likes of Singapore, Australia or Britain, there would very likely have been more of a fuss due to the characters of those events.

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