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For Bahrain’s second GP this season, Formula 1 has decided to use an alternative configuration consisting of just a few turns and will be a big challenge for all powertrains.
The first simulations predict laps of just 53 seconds, and although many are intrigued, Romain Grosjean is not thrilled:
"Personally, I'm not convinced [that's a good idea]."
"I don't want to judge too soon because it's always good to try things out, but if you calculate a little bit - it turns out that each car can only get 175 meters of track."
"It doesn't work if you need 1 second space for the slipstream in the current Formula 1."
Grosjean will give the track a chance, but fears it might be awkward:
“When you are last then you have to miss the Mercedes in front of you, but then the others will be behind you very soon. Once you miss everyone - Mercedes will be behind you again. ”
“We will sit in the drivers' association and discuss the proposal for Formula 1. I would prefer that we decided to drive the second race according to the standard configuration, but in the middle of the day and in the hottest weather. Then it's a completely different race than in the evening. "
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