The FIA has officially approved another record-breaking schedule of races for next year’s Formula 1 world championship.
The 2022 Formula 1 season will open with eight days of testing, almost three times as much as this year, if the World Motor Sport Council approves the series’ latest calendar plans.
Formula 1 is planning a record 23 races in 2022 plus three more triple-headers, while the Monaco Grand Prix weekend will be shortened.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl has urged Formula 1 to avoid scheduling any triple-header race weekends on next season’s calendar.
The Australian Grand Prix is unlikely to return to its regular place as F1’s season-opening race after the event was cancelled for the second year in a row.
The addition of the Miami Grand Prix to the 2022 Formula 1 calendar will not expand the schedule beyond its current record 23 races.
City councillors have passed the resolution that should pave the way for Miami Gardens to become a host city of a F1 grand prix in 2022.
Liberty Media’s long-held dreams of bringing Formula 1 to Miami may finally be realised in 2022 after a key local figure backed the plan.
The Australian Grand Prix promoter wants to return the race to its traditional March slot in 2022 following its postponement to November this year.