An ever-evolving F1. Stefano Domenicali, CEO of the most famous and important motor circus in the world, also present these days in Portimao for the start of the 2023 World Championship, he didn’t say anything.
In fact, the manager from Imola, interviewed by Sky Sport and not only, placed the emphasis on free practice as far as Formula One is concerned, saying: ”I belong to the party that would like to limit free practice to a minimum, which is of interest only to engineers and not to viewers at all. I’m an advocate of that.”
Then he added: “We are already working on changing something in this verse. This will be my proposal in the next meetings we have. Whenever cars take to the track there must be something worth fighting for. Obviously Sunday will not be changed as it represents a very important moment for all the enthusiasts”.
Less practice and more races with points or positions up for grabs ahead of Sunday. Could Formula One borrow the idea of MotoGP by also making weekends topped off with Saturday Sprint Races? In the coming weeks the answers to these questions.