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Norris says 24-race season ‘not sustainable – Domenicali hits back

© XPB  Phillip van Osten 24/04/2024 at 08:2324/04/2024 at 09:19 McLaren driver Lando Norris believes that a 24-race calendar in F1 is both unsustainable and “not healthy”, especially for team personnel who bear the brunt of the sport’s demanding schedule. F1 has witnessed over time a steady growth in its number of races, culminating in the current record-breaking 24-race calendar. The addition of six sprint events further intensifies the workload, pushing the total number of races to 30. This grueling schedule, according to Norris, takes a toll on team members who are constantly on the move, with barely any breaks between races, while sprint events add an unnecessary layer...
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