McLaren boss Zak Brown eyes 14-15 races in disrupted F1 season
Formula One can be expected to "hit a glitch" as the sport tries to complete a season stalled by the Covid-19 pandemic, but 14-15 races over 10 circuits looks feasible, McLaren boss Zak Brown said on Monday.
The season will restart without fans from July 3-5 at the Austrian GP, where two races could be held.
"I think we will do a couple of races in Austria, a couple of races at Silverstone," Brown told motorsport.com. "If we start running into issues with travelling, then I think you could see doubling up (of) some other races.
"I'm going to assume that we're going to hit a glitch, somewhere along the way. If we want to go to Asia, or America, I think it's going to be when we get on planes and have to fly overseas where I think the risk will start to potentially get greater." - REUTERS