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Monza hopeful it can run Frecce Tricori show despite ban on military air shows

Automobile club of Milan President Geronimo La Russa has expressed his desire to run the traditional air show at the Italian Grand Prix in Monza, despite a ban for 2022. Formula 1 has set a target to go carbon neutral by 2030, and part of this has now materialised in a prohibition of military air shows ahead of grand prix from 2022 onwards. This would affect air shows at Monza, Silverstone, Abu Dhabi and more. READ: Brown admits McLaren were ‘worried about Lando’ as he neared race ban However, since the Red Arrows are not technically classed as military aircrafts, the Silverstone circuit have confirmed they will be able to run the show at this year’s British Grand Prix. La Russa...
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