F1 teams on Friday were admitting concerns with next year's unprecedentedly-long 22-race calendar.
Three races on the calendar are only provisional, and existing agreements between the teams and Bernie Ecclestone have set a cap of 20 races.
Indeed, F1 chief executive Ecclestone has said he thinks the calendar will be trimmed, which will please Red Bull boss Christian Horner.
"I think we all recognise that 22 races is beyond the limit," he said in Korea.
In fact, with a winter test in Bahrain, and the return of in-season testing, the 2014 schedule - featuring an unique Monaco-New Jersey-Canada 'triple header' - was described as "impossible" by Ferrari team manager Massimo...
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