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Drivers in favour of early F1 season finish

F1 drivers are in favour of an early season finish Drivers are in favour of an earlier season finish to the F1 season despite a busy schedule throughout the year. The 2022 season concluded in Abu Dhabi on November 20, three weeks earlier than the 2021 campaign wrapped up. Both competitions featured 22 events, with this year's calendar starting a week earlier. It made for a busy run following the summer break, with the aim to have the season over in time for the football world cup. 'I'm happy to finish earlier,' said Fernando Alonso. 'Generally, it doesn't matter if next year is 24 [races] or there was a shorter calendar. 'Last year, we finished very late in December, in the middle of...
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