The fourth Formula 1 race of the season is now being held in Azerbaijan following an unusually long four week break as a result of the cancellation of the Chinese GP. Baku City Circuit has hosted F1 ever since 2016 when the inaugural round, known as the European Grand Prix back then, first took place there. The name of the event was changed to the Azerbaijan GP in 2017.
An enormous distance of some 13,000 kilometers separates Melbourne in south-eastern Australia from the Azerbaijani capital of Baku on the Caspian Sea, making the journey from the third to the fourth race of the year one of the longest of the entire 2023 F1 season.
Another long trip of around 11,000 kilometers across the Atlantic will then follow on immediately after the Azerbaijan GP, as Formula 1 racing will be taking place in Miami the very next weekend, posing a real challenge for DHL Motorsports team. So, dismantling of the paddock at Baku will need to begin before the checkered flag has even fallen!
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