F1: Series targeting a stable 24-race calendar

On F1’s Beyond the Grid podcast, Formula 1’s CEO Stefano Domenicali says he wants future seasons of the world championship to aim for 24 rounds, and gave hope to historic tracks hoping to keep their races.

Previously, he had said 25 or more races were possible.

The Concorde Agreement only permits 25 rounds to be held during a season if teams vote to extend the calendar beyond the current limit of 24 (Related article).

“The number that we were targeting this year, but due to the reason that you know very well we didn’t achieve, but what we want to do next year is 24. And I think 24 is the right number.”

“It’s the number that is required with the market. It’s really, I would say, the right balance between that and between the complexity of the logistics of the people that are working. But I would say this is the number on which we should target to be stable for a long time.”

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