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Time of the essence in F1's new-look weekend schedule

Formula 1 will have a new-look weekend schedule for the 2022 season, with Thursday media days scrapped in a bid to condense events in a record year. F1 has typically operated four-day (Thursday to Sunday) weekends in its worldwide calendar, with the opening day predominantly for media sessions before the track action begins on Friday. But with 23 races on this year's schedule, the format is set to change. Mercedes explain new F1 car 'landmines' and 'painful' predictions F1 in 2022: When are the launches? When is testing? F1's Sprint stand-off? Why Saturday races are at risk for 2022 Thursday's media sessions will instead now take place on Friday morning, with the two opening practice...
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