Indonesia is the latest country hoping to find its way onto the Formula 1 calendar within the next few years.

Asia has been enduring an uncertain time in staging F1 races over recent seasons, with Malaysia and Korea both having fallen off the calendar.

In addition, a Vietnamese Grand Prix was rostered for 2020 but did not take place due to the pandemic, while China, Japan and Singapore have all had their races called off in 2020 and 2021.

A new venue hopes to be incorporated as part of an Asian swing in the future, namely the Mandalika International Street Circuit which has been granted a round of MotoGP in 2022.

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