How F1 solves its biggest logistical nightmare

How F1 solves its biggest logistical nightmare

The 2019 Formula 1 season will stretch from March to December over 21 races. But while it may seem to be very similar to this year's schedule, Liberty has worked hard to fix the problems thrown up by its lengthy - and growing - calendar

If the recently published draft 2019 Formula 1 calendar has a familiar look to it, that should be no surprise, given that it features the same 21 races as this year's version.

There are no new events, as Miami's planned debut has been delayed until 2020. But all the other current races will continue, including - thanks to a last minute one-year deal subsidised in part by Mercedes - the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim.

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