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FIA confirms 2018 F1 calendar, timetable shake-up, grid penalty changes

The FIA World Motor Sport Council has announced a raft of changes set to hit Formula 1 in 2018 from the ability to change the event timetable to a reshaping of the engine grid penalty rules. Along with the final confirmation of the 2018 F1 World Championship calendar, a number of tweaks to the sporting and technical regulations has been produced during the final meeting this year of the governing body held in Paris. Headline changes include giving permission for tweaks to the F1 race weekend timetable to “increase flexibility” which could signal a shake-up of when sessions are run with new owners Liberty Media looking to step up track action for fans. Related Articles Ricciardo leads...
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