So we've recently lost Korea, Valencia, India and now NJ and Mexico are not being added on. But we got Austria, Austin and Russia. I am among a small minority who liked Valencia a lot. But I look forward to Austria and Russia.
We've had a surprisingly good turn considering the gloom people have had over F1's expansion across the globe.
Valencia, a track considered by virtually everyone as one of the worst ever, is gone for good, as is Korea which simply appeared to be a bad idea for everyone involved. India's meant to be coming back, but with all the problems it's created and a short but uninspiring history I doubt it.
In return, we're returning to a historic venue at the A1 ring, finally got the US Grand Prix at an excellent new home, and got a new race in Europe (just). Now if only we can get Mexico back it might start to make up for losing Turkey