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Domenicali rules out two-day weekend format for F1

F1 boss Stefano Domenicali has ruled out a two-day weekend format becoming the norm in F1, insisting race organisers are against a move towards reducing the schedule. Last year, logistical constraints encouraged F1 to trial a two-day weekend at the Emilia Romagna GP at Imola, with a single 90-minute practice session taking place on Saturday morning ahead of the usual afternoon qualifying. But the shortened schedule had actually been trialed unexpectedly, two races earlier, at the Eifel GP at the Nürburgring when Friday's running at the track was rained out and canceled. F1 teams were actually satisfied with the experience as it reduced not only costs but also the paddock's workload, while...
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