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F1 season slice to 22 races after Russian GP not supplanted on schedule

The Russian Grand Prix won’t be supplanted on the current year’s schedule after the Formula One race in Sochi was dropped directly following the attack of Ukraine. The F1 season, which had been set to have a record 23 gatherings, will presently return to 22 races.

F1 had been taking a gander at possible elective settings to sub for Russia yet reasoned that the extra expenses and weights one more race would have put in groups and faculty were not justified.

The race was because of happen on 25 September as the principal leg of a triple-header with Singapore and Japan. It is perceived that Qatar, which facilitated its most memorable GP last year, and a second race in Singapore were in conflict to supplant the Russian GP yet coordinators have affirmed the timetable will be abbreviated.

Cargo and calculated costs this year are as of now a significant issue in F1, with a possible increment to the financial plan cap to manage them being talked about.

Adding one more European race before Singapore was additionally precluded on the grounds that EU cargo rules would have expected groups to get back to their processing plants, unload and repack to meet guidelines after an European gathering. This was thought of as unsound according to a calculated point of view, with two races in Asia and two in the Americas to follow.

The Russian GP was rejected by F1 during testing at Barcelona in February this year, a day after Russia’s attack of Ukraine started and under the unmistakable danger of a driver blacklist. F1 has ended its agreement with the Sochi race advertiser and made it clear it has zero desire to race in Russia in future.

The 6th round of the big showdown happens this end of the week in Barcelona, which follows races in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Italy and the United States.


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