I read on Wikipedia Mozart's Turkish March has the form
But I read in my textbook Listening to Music by Craig Wright that a rondo form is supposed to have more "symmetrical patterns" like
The Turkish March doesn't seem to have anything like that. It has 5 sections in a row that are different followed by a repeat of C and then A,B,C again. This is very unlike the description Wright gives.
Why is the Turkish March considered a rondo?