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Domenicali says ‘StefaNo' to two-day weekends

Stefano Domenicali says Formula 1 is not heading towards two-day race weekends as organisers want the 'full experience' for their fans. Last season, trying to squeeze as many races as possible into a five-and-a-half month calendar, Formula 1 held a two-day grand prix weekend at Imola. It was hoped the shorter format, which included just one practice session, could potentially mix up the field – but it did not. Mercedes qualified 1-2 with Valtteri Bottas on pole position before Hamilton led his team-mate across the line in the grand prix. At the time, many of the drivers spoke of their excitement at the prospect but unfortunately, the two-day weekends will not be a part of any future...
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