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Lando Norris Unpacking His Views With a Suggestion on Historical F1 Tracks

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Lando Norris, the talented British racing driver, has been making waves in the F1 world. As a member of the McLaren team, Norris has consistently demonstrated his skill and determination on the track. But what does he think about historical circuits that have been a hot topic due to their immense cost of race?

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When asked about historical tracks on the Formula 1 calendar, Norris emphasized the importance of making cars smaller and lighter. According to him, these changes would enhance the overall experience of classic circuits. As there are talks Italy may not host race shortly or cut down the number of races. However, Monza holds a rich F1 history and Norris believes they have to look for ways to increase the quality of racing instead of eliminating the historic tracks from the schedule.

He said in an interview that, “Smaller cars, lighter cars will make everything better straight away.”

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F1 CEO Addresses the Future of Italian Grand Prix Races

Formula 1 (F1) has a rich history in Italy, with iconic circuits like Monza and Imola hosting thrilling races over the years. However, F1’s CEO, Stefano Domenicali, recently expressed concerns about the sustainability of having two Grand Prix events in Italy.

Stefano Domenicali acknowledges that Italy holds a central place in the F1 calendar. However, the uniqueness of a Grand Prix is no longer sufficient. The financial resources required to organize and maintain these races must be carefully considered. Both Monza (the historic Italian GP venue) and Imola (which returned to the calendar) face challenges related to funding and infrastructure.

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Domenicali emphasizes that the moment of truth for Italian promoters is approaching. In August, during the Monza Grand Prix, discussions will take place with government institutions and the Automobile Club d’Italia (ACI). If Italy does not demonstrate a willingness to invest, collaborate, and plan for the long term, it risks losing its Grand Prix races.

While Italy’s historical tracks hold immense value, Formula 1 must strike a balance between tradition and progress. The Italian Grands Prix have provided unforgettable moments, but sustainability and adaptability are crucial. As the Formula 1 landscape evolves, decisions regarding resource allocation and infrastructure will shape the future of racing in Italy.

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I'm Moin Akhunji, a passionate sports writer renowned for my unique storytelling approach. My expertise spans across various sports, notably NASCAR, F1, and IndyCar. I hold a profound admiration for athletes like Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. When I'm not crafting articles, you'll likely find me trekking in the hills, indulging in my favorite hobby.
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