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Force India against the shortening of the Friday tragedy

Thursday, September 7th, 2017 | Sports

07. September 2017 – 11:03

Force Indias Otmar Szafnauer is against a shortening of the training time

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(cafetheology.org) – While the Formula 2 drivers go into the qualification and the races with just 45 minutes of training time, the drivers of Formula 1 have a real luxury problem: a total of four hours of training time are spread over three sessions. Although the teams are having a session in the water as in Monza, you should think that there is enough training time for the racing stables. In all, 240 minutes, drivers and teams have time to adjust the cars to the best possible course. This means that the races are often predictable, because a completely failed set-up is hardly possible – especially since you can even copy the settings of the team colleague. "We use the training time to learn and prepare ourselves for Sunday as best as possible," says Director of Operations Otmar Szafnauer. "We can argue, of course, that the less training time on Friday, the more unpredictable, but we could do other things to make the races more unpredictable." To cut the training time is not the right way become more unpredictable, Force India has an idea. But that is old: "The revenues should be distributed more equitably, and the costs of the top teams should be cut", says Szafnauer. "It is difficult to monitor this, of course, but the tax authorities have the ability to monitor the costs of companies."

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