The McLaren CEO Zak Brown believes that F1 needs permanent venues to race at as well as those that will be rotated annually.

F1 continues the expansion of the calendar with the addition of the Las Vegas GP. The number of venues keeps growing and that causes discussions regarding the number of races that should be held every season. Brown has shared his thoughts about what the calendar should look like.

“[It would be a calendar of] 17 or 18 as permanent fixtures and seven or eight that rotate,” he told Reuters.

“Because I do think, to continue to grow the sport, the more quality markets we can be in, the better.

“I think there are ‘A markets’ and ‘B markets’ that we race in. Maybe your ‘B markets’ [should be] every other year.”

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