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World Cup football takes staff in Formula 1: 23 GPs in 35 weeks cause a killer workload


The F1 calendar for 2022 has recently been announced. Between March 20 and November 20, 23 grand prizes will have to be completed in 35 weeks. Not everyone is completely happy with that, partly because it turns out that money is – again – the main motivation for such a busy schedule.

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