F1 moving towards Christmas shutdown agreement

Formula 1 teams are moving to install a forced shutdown period during the winter off-season to cope with the sport’s now ever-expanding race calendars. Already, the regulations require that all teams observe a strict “shutdown period” of two full weeks during the now customary three-week calendar gap in August. “I think we will agree with the teams on a winter break. “Yes, work at the factory will continue over Christmas and New Year, but the race team, which goes from place to place all year, will be able to rest. “Many team leaders would like to repeat what we have in the summer – a mandatory two-week break that includes Christmas and New Year.

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