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Change to Friday format rejected

Plans to change the format of Grand Prix Fridays have been rejected by the F1 CommissionThe Commission, which met yesterday to discuss a number of issues before they were due to be rubber stamped by the World Motor Sport Council next week, rejected plans to reduce Grand Prix Friday running from two sessions down to one. When plans to change the format were first announced they were widely ridiculed by fans who want to see more running over race weekends not less.The Commission has also thrown out plans to ban tyre blankets - a move due to be introduced in 2015 - with Pirelli now agreeing to pay to place its logos on the blankets which should further reduce costs to teams... but not for...
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