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Bernie Ecclestone against the record that Formula 1 aspires to reach in 2022

The former top-flight boss disagrees with the recent move his current owners took.

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La F1 is proposed for 2022 a calendar of 23 Grand Prizes, an old longing since Liberty Medium took over the category after buying it from English Bernie Ecclestone in mid-2016.

Although the proposal of so many dates is not new, different reasons have prevented its realization. Last year, for example, was the coronavirus pandemic.

Fabian EcclestoneWith the Maximum adapted to the new normal after two years of experience, in which it put into practice a strict protocol, those responsible are optimistic that this time nothing will stop them from reach that record number of competitions in one year.


  • A third of the Formula 1 Grand Prix of 2022 would be in a sprint format

But not everyone agrees with this goal. And the main detractor is Ecclestone himself, although in his last year of management the tournament presented 21 GP's, only two less than those proposed by the current managers.

Formula 1 2022"I think 18 races are enough ... Now they are destroying many families with this unnecessary stress and trampling their health", admitted the British businessman, who said goodbye to the specialty definitively in 2017 after having the position of honorary president.

"This is how you annoy even the biggest fans and also destroy interest in television." added Bernie, who whenever he can, criticizes the management of Liberty Media with various comments… like this one!


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