It’s not just about the circuits, is about the locations. Italy, Germany, Great Britain, Japan, USA, etc. all have a rich history of motor racing. Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, China, India, Russia, etc. do not.
Like I said, I couldn’t think of a worse way to run the sport. Your attitude is elitist, trying to protect what already exists simply because it exists. There was a time when Italy, Germany, Great Britain, Japan and America didn’t have that “rich history of motor racing”. The only way to get it is to maintain a presence in the motorsport world for decades. And yet, you’d happily shut down races in Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, China, India and Russia because they don’t have a “rich history of motor racing”, and in doing so, you deprive them of the chance or the ability to develop it. The end result is that there can be no growth in motorsport, simply because you selfishly want to protect what one country has and the other does not, and which the first country has by sheer virtue of having always had it. And if, by some miracle, you somehow got your wish, you’d probably come back here in five or ten years bemoaning the way smaller countries do not have any motorsport.
I find your attitude elitist, contradictory, selfish, and in all honesty, disgusting. And it doesn’t help that you clearly have no idea what you want the sport to be other than “something other than what it is now”.