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How will F1 teams handle 23 races in eight months?

Column To news overview © Getty Images/Red Bull Contentpool Formula 1 has confirmed the 2022 calendar, with 23 races scheduled (subject to some agreements with individual circuits and homologation requirements). It's a dense calendar, given that racing will start in March and end in November, and results in plenty of double-headers and two triple-headers. Triple-headers were unheard of in Formula 1 until 2018, but have become increasingly commonplace as the calendar has expanded to a record 23 races in 2022. It's led to huge challenges for the teams, given the logistical demands of getting to races quickly and efficiently. But, more presciently, it's also led to some resistance from F1...
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