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Wolff doubts Friday changes are right thing

– Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said Formula 1 should stick with its current weekend format and not drop one of the Friday practice sessions in the wake of the negative reaction to the proposal.The plans came to light earlier this month ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix and are being put forward as a way to help reduce costs. Wolff, however, thinks that they might now have to be re-considered."Very ambivalent," he told Sky Sports F1 when quizzed about it, "because it's quite tricky to discuss where you can save money. The discussion came to the Friday and why don't we come one day later, why don't we skip free practice one?"In very few locations you have spectators...
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