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Raikkonen: Two triple headers in 2022 will burn out people

Kimi Raikkonen, the soon to be retired Formula 1 World Champion , expressed his concern regarding the 23-race calendar set to be implemented in 2022 claiming it will cause people to burn out. F1 has announced a record-breaking racing calendar for the 2022 season featuring 23 races which coincides the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, the country that also hosted F1's latest race at the Losail International Track on November 21. This prompted some tweaking for the 2022 F1 calendar, so it doesn't clash with the World Cup, resulting in two back-to-back triple headers for the Belgium-Netherlands-Italian Grands Prix followed by the Russian-Singapore-Japanese Grands Prix, making it six races in...
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