Formula 1 is exploring the possibility of adding a second world championship race in China.
The Shanghai International Circuit has hosted a Grand Prix every year since 2004, with the 2019 event seeing Lewis Hamilton take victory last Sunday.
Liberty Media has already secured a new Asian race on the calendar, as Vietnam will have its first Grand Prix next year around the streets of Hanoi.
F1's commercial head Sean Bratches confirmed that there are meetings in place to seek out an appropriate venue to potentially host the race.
"In terms of interest, we would be highly interested in a street race,” Bratches told AFP.
"It would be a nice juxtaposition to the purpose-built, extraordinary facility that we have here. Our intent is to bring our show to the people.
"There's meetings set up in each with government officials to talk about identifying a second city to host a Grand Prix. We think there's an opportunity to grow from that perspective.”
Liberty Media, who took over the commercial rights of Formula 1 in 2017, has been wanting to expand the calendar beyond the current 21 races.