McLaren sporting director Sam Michael has suggested that a 22-round Formula One calendar will not prove to be a major problem in 2014.
The proposed additions of Mexican and New Jersey grands prix, as well as the return of the Austrian Grand Prix, will mean next season will be the longest ever Formula One campaign in history – surpassing the current record of 20 set in 2012.
Although an expanded calendar would run the risk of increased levels of fatigue among team personnel, Michael has welcomed the challenge, suggesting teams may be forced into deploying support personnel to deal with an extra workload.
Via a Vodafone phone-in, the Kiwi told AUTOSPORT: 'I guess anything is possible; we...
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