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Why Pirelli’s emergency F1 fixed supply rule looks set to stay
Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli is sceptical that teams will go back to having a free choice of compounds for each race weekend,
with the supply choices to be fixed again for 2022.
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Norman, who thanked Domenicali and his predecessor Chase Carey for their support, has yet to confirm what her future plans are.
“I have completed what I set out to do at F1, and it’s time for my next challenge,” she said.
“It’s been an honour and great privilege to have been part of the leadership team transforming this world class, unique sport into the modern sports and entertainment company it is today.
“I’ve relished the challenge of building the team and the business from the ground up.”
https://www.gpblog.com/en/news/103176/f ... nutes.htmlF1 returns to old format: Friday practice sessions back to 90 minutes
Before the start of the 2021 season, the FIA announced that Friday free practice sessions would no longer be ninety minutes, but sixty minutes. This will be reversed in the new season.
The new sporting regulations of 2022 state that the first and second free practice sessions on Friday will again last an hour and a half, as we are used to from previous years. The third free practice on Saturday will remain unchanged, as it has always lasted sixty minutes.
Three days of F1
Another change to the format is the media days. Last year's Formula One weekend still lasted four days, because media and sports activities were scheduled on the Thursday. In 2022, this will be reversed to three days. However, the teams will have the opportunity to organize something themselves, but the official press conference will no longer take place.