Friday sessions reduced to 60 minutes

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Although not yet officially confirmed, the 2021 Sporting Regulations reduced Friday practice sessions from 90 minutes to an hour.

Fans have seen more cars on the track this year as some teams, however, have revealed that the majority of race promoters are opposed to plans to shorten weekend races to just two days of track action. It seems to be less.

Article 32.1 of the 2021 Sporting Regulations states that “on the second day of the event, there will be two free practice sessions (P1 and P2), each lasting one hour and at least two and a half hours apart.”

In addition, another change is that P3 lasts 60 minutes, but must start “more than 19 hours after the end of P2”, which was previously 30 minutes with 18 sands.

The changes have not yet been confirmed by the FIA ​​and F1, but it is believed that they will get a green light as many feel that the Friday session is currently too long.

The location of the event scheduled for April 25 has not yet been confirmed, but the schedule for this year’s 23 races, where everything should go according to plan, is the busiest in the history of sports


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