Formula 1 could contend farewell to Friday practices in foster of some-more grands prix; that’s according to Ross Brawn.
Installed as Formula 1’s sporting trainer by Liberty Media, Brawn is looking during several ways of creation a competition some-more appealing to teams.
One emanate that many teams face is income and a ever-increasing cost of competing in F1.
Liberty Media could try shortening that by cancelling Friday practices, that would also give them some space to supplement some-more races.
“The teams have logistical issues a some-more races we add,” Brawn told Forbes.
“One of a things we are doing is looking during a format of a competition weekend to see if we need to change that to make it logistically easier for them to do some-more races.
“So we have got a really open mind about how we go forward.
“I consider a core competition is still, for me personally, really important.
“We are not looking during changing a core event, though a open question, do we need Friday running?
“Because if we didn’t have Friday running, we could do some-more races since logistically it is improved for a teams.
“But Friday using is critical for a promoters and a broadcasters. How do we find a right solution?”
Experience a full coverage of a FIA Formula One deteriorate via 2017 on FOX Sports Play, where we can watch LIVE races from angles, distinct any other, highlights, interviews, behind a scenes and most more. Don’t skip it!