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The Formula 1 calendar for the 2022 season has reached historical dimensions. After the record number of 23 races this year could not be held due to the Corona pandemic and the season ends "only" 22 races, it should be so far next year.
About the strain for the team members has already been discussed much, the opinions are apart. Ferrari-Pilot Carlos Sainz realizes that the coming year will be a challenge for the drivers.
"It's no secret that it will become the most discerning season in Formula 1 story. And as a driver, we have to adapt to ensure that we are always on the highest energy level, so that we are fresh at the end of the year, When the back-to-back races start and start travel trapacles, "says Sainz.
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He will "work out a plan with my people at home to be as fresh as little as possible in the second half of the season," he realizes.
A taste of the requirements 2022 receive the drivers already in the coming weeks. Including the weekend in Austin, the final six races will be held within eight weeks, especially the TripleHeader in November with Mexico, Brazil and Qatar becomes a stressful.
"It's a pity that we can not do Austin and Mexico as back-to-back because of Corona, that would have been easier for everyone," says the Spaniard. Instead, there is a free weekend between the two races - with serious consequences. Because the trip of Brazil directly to Qatar does not care about joy jumps.
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"It is a pity that we must directly from Brazil to Qatar. So I do not mean the order, but the fact that it is back-to-back. That's not very efficient "He realizes. He hopes that it will be different with the new calendar.
This looks at the end of the season but a similar situation. Katar is not part of the calendar due to the football World Cup, but from the penultimate station in Brazil, it is also immediately at the season finale to Abu Dhabi. After all, the (not yet finalized) race in Austin and Mexico are then scheduled again as a back-to-back event.
Alphatauri Pilot Pierre Gasly looks already with gray on the last races this year. "It will be brutal," the Frenchman is convinced and thus also means the unusual doubler.
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"especially from Brazil to Qatar becomes very hard. 20 races are already around, you have a huge time difference, is on two different continents and then in the third week one after the other," he looks ahead. He will "physically prepare for them".
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Haas team boss Günther Steiner meanwhile admits that he could "feel" the changes in the calendar of the past years and more and more races. "But one just tries to always be his best and to agree as well as possible with family and working life," says the South Tyrolean.
, he does not want to complain about the number of races and the calendar. "I'm happy to be here. I like what I do. That helps a lot," he says, "And I believe, many people in Formula 1 like what they do."
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, however, admits that it is important for him to find rest breaks and occasionally getting distance from Formula 1. The risk of overloading or burnout is quite given.
"We have to say again and again: 'Okay, I have to take myself a bit of time for myself, so that you do not break out. You have to know the moment you burned out, so that you can break before. This is sometimes difficult and you have no chance, "he explains.
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