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Todt: Two to three races a month possible

Jean Todt believes that, once the 2020 season is ready to get underway, it's possible that two or three races will take place per month. With the first three months or so of the season set to be written off, many alternative ways to complete it have been put forward, from two-day race weekends to holding them behind closed doors. Whichever solution is chosen, Jean Todt, the FIA president, believes that once things are back up and running, an 18 race season can be achieved by holding two to three events a month. 'Once we know we can start, I think we could really see two-to-three Grands Prix a month,' Todt told Autosport. 'If we start in July/August and go to December, we have six months,...
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