F1 chiefs are set to disclose a draft 2022 calendar subsequent week for grand prix racing’s greatest ever season, which is able to run from the center of March to the center of November.
The excessive variety of races crammed into the timeframe means the return of the disliked triple headers, and there have been issues voiced that F1 personnel are being pushed to the bodily and psychological limits by the strains concerned.
However Tost, who has been clear previously that he welcomes as large a calendar as attainable, says anybody working for his F1 group wants to simply accept the difficulties or they need to go and discover one other job.
Requested by Autosport concerning the potential stress being placed on employees, Tost stated: “We all know now that we’ve got 23 races. It’s improbable, a great job from FOM, and I’m wanting ahead to it.
“Concerning the folks on the monitor. To start with, we’re a race group. All of them ought to be completely happy that we’ve got as many races as attainable and, in fact, we maintain the folks, for instance the mechanics after a race weekend they’ve three days, 4 days off the place they’ll keep at residence.
“And likewise, press, advertising, all of the folks that are on the race monitor have some free days after the race weekend.
“For engineers it’s just a little bit tougher but in addition, if I keep in mind again in former instances, they needed to go after a race weekend to assessments which signifies that in addition they needed to work there.
Franz Tost, Workforce Principal, AlphaTauri, Andreas Seidl, Workforce Principal, McLaren, and Christian Horner, Workforce Principal, Purple Bull Racing, on the grid
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“I feel all of us ought to be completely happy that we’re ready to be in Components 1 and to have 23 races. And if somebody doesn’t prefer it, then he ought to go.”
However not all group bosses share Tost’s view on the matter, with Aston Martin chief Otmar Szafnauer considering it important that all the things is finished to guard personnel.
“It’s good that we’ve got 23 nations or 23 races that need us to come back and compete and showcase Components 1,” he stated.
“Nonetheless, we do should be aware of all of the those who journey – the mechanics and the engineers – and we’ve got put operations in place each again on the manufacturing facility and on the race monitor to make the journey as snug as attainable for them.
“This contains typically rotating folks and another organisational adjustments again on the manufacturing facility, such that the manufacturing facility will do extra of the roles that mechanics historically did on the monitor to only make it just a little bit extra nice for them.
“We glance after them, together with any psychological well being points. Now we have a travelling physician as nicely with us. We glance after them as finest we will.”