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F1 bans military aircraft flyovers for 2022

Jan.20 A decades-old tradition in Formula 1 has been banned for 2022 and beyond. Throughout the sport's history, race promoters have collaborated with their nations' respective governments to organise spectacular military aircraft flyovers while the pre-event grid proceedings are taking place. However, Formula 1 has now told the 23 race promoters ahead of the 2022 season that to 'support F1's sustainability objectives', military flyovers will no longer be permitted. 'From this season, the grand prix organisers will no longer be able to use military aircraft for air displays before the start of the races,' reported Daniele Sparisci in the pages of Italy's Corriere della Sera. However, he...
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