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Big crowds show F1 ‘more alive than ever' – Domenicali

Oct.10 With ‘ghost races' still fresh in the memory, and multiple races cancelled in 2021 due to covid, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has a different message about the health of Formula 1. He says the 'beautiful and exciting' championship battle between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton is now being made even better by huge crowds of spectators. 'I hope we get to the last race before the decision is made about who will win it,' the Italian told La Gazzetta dello Sport. 'Interest is growing dramatically,' Domenicali insisted. 'In Turkey we have 80,000 spectators, there will be 120,000 in Austin and Mexico is sold out. Formula 1 is more alive than ever,' he added. Up and down the paddock,...
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