Baku is proving to be possibly the most unpredictable track on the calendar.
It's a great, traditional street circuit layout with character, a combination of Macau and Adelaide. They're not on the calendar, and there's now rumours Baku could be removed from the calendar too. I presume it's not making much money, given it's location and relatively low attendances. The narrow chicane at the castle is my favourite corner, as you're just millimetres from the barrier while going through it. There's not many street circuits like it nowadays, where one mistake and your race is over. I think fans want that element back in the sport.
That used to apply in Barcelona. Now it's like practically every other circuit, where running wide and going off means you just carry on.