The second issue to discuss is the change of the format of a race, a necessary adjustment in the context of FIA and FOM desire to expand the F1 season up to 25 races per year. Recently, due to the influence of Super Typhoon Hagibis, the rating run was transferred to hold on Sunday morning, bringing a ‘Super Sunday’ day to the fans when witnessing two important runs in just about 6 hour clock.
However, according to F1 management leaders and racing team leaders, maintaining this schedule in all races will make the teams very hard and the ‘losing’ will be more than the ‘okay’.
F1 is considering ways to change the format of a race
Having two runs on Sunday will overwhelm the teams and potentially lose a large number of spectators watching the race. Imagine how many people are determined to use most of their Sunday to track both runs. Certainly there will be many who will only watch or rank or the main race rather than all watching both.
In addition, the racing teams also want to shorten the time of one race to 2 days on Saturday and Sunday if the future season increases the number of races. This will allow most of the team members to be able to arrive at the racetrack 1 day later than the present, saving more time.
Racing Point team leader Otmar Szafnauer also pointed out that the number of spectators coming to watch the race on Friday very little, TV audience is only 1/10 compared to 2 weekends, because part of the day goes. do.
The proposal is made up of two trial runs and a rating run on Saturday, while the main race is still on Sunday. All possibilities of change are still being considered, and hopefully all will find a common voice and offer a most reasonable solution.
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