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Formula 1 to consider dropping a Friday practice session

Formula 1, in another cost cutting move, is looking to drop one Friday free practice session and trim Grand Prix weekends from four days to three. While the proposal has yet to be approved, team technical directors said on Friday following practice at the Canadian Grand Prix that they were aware of the plan. 'From a technical point of view we just have to work out how to deal with it. Do a little bit better homework, you've got one less session,' said Ferrari's Pat Fry. 'Obviously we test car bits in one session and tires in another, now we've got to work out a way of combining the two. You just adapt to it really, you need to do a little bit better preparation.' Currently Grand Prix...
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