• Russell: Mandatory rookie presence on Fridays 'not a good idea'

    Il y a 3 mois - Par F1i

    Williams' George Russell believes young drivers would have more to lose than to gain by F1's proposal for 2021 that would require all teams to run a rookie driver in at least two FP1 sessions over the course of the season.
    The mandatory rule would guarantee track time to young development drivers or drivers who have not competed in more than two Grands Prix.
    Russell was a beneficiary of the scheme in 2017 when he enjoyed two FP1 outings wit Force India, but the Brit isn't sure that a mandatory rookie presence in at least two sessions would be in a young driver's best interest.
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