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Big changes can happen between races in Formula 1

Big changes can happen between races in Formula 1

There could be big changes to the upcoming F1 calendar for 2024. But Mercedes is the first news.

Three stages in two races. Now Mercedes comes with more news.

– Team manager Toto Wolff confirmed that we will have a major update for the race at Silverstone and another before the summer break.

Hamilton faces new F1 calendar for 2024
Lewis Hamilton and George Russell met the news. (AP-TT)

Red bull Has won all races this year, but Mercedes Monaco came with an update for the race and the team has taken three podiums in the last two races. Two in Spain and one in Canada.

Can now Lewis Hamilton And George Russell Waiting for next news.

– We have seen good progress in our wind tunnel and we know we can work with the systems to make sure the car is fast. Progress is getting bigger, says Toto Wolff Der Weston.

A big update in the UK on the second weekend of July and another before the summer holidays in August.

– In the next four races, we can really make good progress.

Lewis Hamilton points out that this is much worse than the speed in the curves and that the car feels the same as it did at the start of the year. This despite the results being excellent.

– There are some details that feel different, but we are still a little weak. He tells Autosport that the character of the car is the same as at the beginning of the year.

– For next year we have to remove and change a lot of things, this car doesn’t have the character to beat Red Bull. We have to work with it.

F1 calendar for 2024
Mercedes Lewis Hamilton very comfortable with car but believes changes are needed for F1 2024 (AP-TT)

F1 calendar for 2024

According to reports, Formula 1 A number of major changes to the next F1 calendar for 2024 have begun to be discussed, with the start in Bahrain on March 2 and the second race of the season in Saudi Arabia on March 9 being held on Saturdays. This is to account for the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.

They are discussing moving the Japanese GP from the fall to April 7th, and then bringing the Chinese GP back to April 21st, which will ease traffic.

This is in line with F1’s sustainability mission and goal to be climate neutral by 2030.

There was also talk that the F1 round in Belgium could be forced to replace the Netherlands in the future, but CEO Stefano Domenicali played down that.

– I laugh when people say we don’t respect historic F1 races, because it’s the opposite, he says off the grid.

He points out that F1 is growing and you have to take care of that situation.

Audi’s investment in F1 2026 takes shape First a new technical manager. Now the stable is fielding its first driver for an F1 bid in 2026. This is a simulator driver from Switzerland named Neil Zani.

– The simulator plays a big part in our F1 program, as it does in developing our passenger cars, says development manager Oliver Hoffmann.

The 39-year-old Johnny has, among other things, won the 24-hour race at Le Mans and is the world champion in the WEC.

Happy Solstice!