Toto Wolff says: “What I was always in favour of was not only the mandatory FP1 sessions but adding a race or two, where those young drivers or those rookies need to race, and actually being part of, for example, the Constructors’ Championship. Even more radically, if financially it can be accommodated, having a third car with a mandatory rookie driver. Suddenly we have a grid of 30 cars, and the smaller teams can finance those seats with funding from the drivers or sponsors. That could be very exciting.”
Christian Horner feels may be the blockage to the proposal, as he says: “There’s a plethora of young guys in F2 that deserve an opportunity and there are just not the seats to go round at the moment.