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Formula 1’s 2014 Season: How to Fix

The 2014 Formula One calendar was released just over a week ago, with a record 22 races penciled. It starts in Australia on March 16. Korea, New Jersey, Russia and Mexico are provisional races that have yet to be confirmed, with New Jersey and Russia hosting their first race on newly built circuits.

Red Bull's Christian Horner has said that 22 races is 'beyond the limit' of what is acceptable. The Red Bull Ring in Austria will host a F1 race this season also, to further increase the number of races higher than Horner's preference of twenty races.

22 races is simply too much. F1 has diluted the cost of F1 to make it cost-effective to run constructors but still expects the current eleven teams to make a transatlantic f...

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