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Wolff: F1 should listen

Formula 1's power brokers should be open to sticking with the existing race weekend format for 2015 if the proposed changes to Friday practice continue to prove unpopular, Mercedes chief Toto Wolff has said.Details emerged at the Canadian GP earlier this month about cost-saving plans devised by the F1 Strategy Group to drop Practice One next season and run only one track session on Fridays in order to condense race weekends from four to three days.However, the plans were greeted by a largely negative reaction from fans and F1's smaller teams with only 21 per cent of Sky Sports Online users backing the format shake-up in a poll.  The proposal is among those set to be voted on by the F1...
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