As per a report, Saudi Arabia is eyeing up an expansion to two Formula 1 races, while Singapore is the last remaining option to replace the 2022 Russian GP.
Russian Grand Prix
F1 will not race in Russia for the foreseeable future after the contract was terminated with the Russian Grand Prix promoters.
Russian Grand Prix promoters believe the event could still take place in 2022.
The Russian Grand Prix is under threat and "impossible to hold" in light of the nation's invasion of Ukraine.
Formula 1 is heading east for round 15 of the 2021 campaign, returning to Russia for the eighth year in a row.
Rules regarding practice starts at the Russian Grand Prix have been revised following Lewis Hamilton's penalty last year.
Mercedes’ chances of maintaining their 100% record in the Russian Grand Prix received a huge off-track boost in FP2 at Sochi.
Should Max Verstappen once again weather the storm of a Mercedes stronghold, then his route to the World Championship will look far clearer.
Igora Drive will replace Sochi as the new official home of the Russian Grand Prix from the 2023 season and beyond.