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F1 calendar at ‘saturation point’ with 21 races – Horner

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes the Formula 1 calendar has reached its “saturation point” and should not expand beyond the current 21 races. This season equals the most grands prix to be held across a campaign, while the provisional 2019 schedule features the same amount of races with the championship concluding in December for the first time in over 50 years. F1 owners Liberty Media has previously suggested the calendar could reach as many as 25 rounds, with new races in Vietnam and Miami set to be added in 2020. But the idea of going beyond the current 21-race limit has been met by resistance by a number of team bosses, including Horner. 5774263478001 CrashTV: ...
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