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Verstappen thinks F1 calendar needs improvement: 'What are you trying to sell?'

Max Verstappen, in an interview with Bloomberg, outlined the areas for improvement for Formula 1 with regard to improving the sustainability of the sport. The reigning world champion sees F1 having to start making a choice between selling tickets, and the issue of sustainability.
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