@raymondu999 – that’s simply too expensive. The main reason why the GP2 Asia calendar was trimmed down to include just Bahrain and Abu Dhabi was because it was too expensive to fly everyone to China, Malaysia and Indonesia. GP2 teams don’t have the same size budgets as Formula 1 teams, and to have them race at every Grand Prix would kind of undermine the point of Formula 1. The idea is to have Formula 1 as the pinnacle of motorsport, with all 20 races. GP3 is the entry-level series, with races at all the European rounds. And GP2 is square in the middle, with all the European races, plus a handful of fly-aways.
I figure that GP2 will probably only have four fly-away events in 2012, and that those races will be grouped together. So we’ll probably be looking at races in Australia and Malaysia, and later in America and Brazil. Or something like that.