Honda F1 Managing Director Masashi Yamamoto believes that two races taking place in Japan this year is “impossible”.

It has been recently announced that, for the second year in a row, the Singapore Grand Prix won’t go ahead due to the travel restrictions that are in place as a result of the pandemic.

The BBC reported that both the Turkish Grand Prix and the Chinese Grand Prix were in contention to replace it, but also that a double header at a track already down to host a race was being considered.

Having one at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin is apparently an appealing option to the sport, but given that it fills the slot straight after Singapore on the calendar, the Japanese Grand Prix would also logically be an option.

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