"It's very hard on our people. It's simply too long being away from home from our families, and therefore, it's definitely something we are completely against.
"In terms of how it has gone so far this season, I think we have survived this season because everyone has understood it's a special season and understands also we have all had to make these compromises because we need to get the races in to ensure we secure our financial income."
From McLaren's perspective, in particular, Seidl concedes the schedule has been made a little easier given the performances of the team that is pushing for third place in the constructors' championship.
"If I look at our time, in terms of the step forward we have made in terms of results this year, with the performance we have shown, that is obviously something that has helped us get through these triple headers," added Seidl.
"A result like we had at Monza [Carlos Sanz second, Lando Norris fourth] is obviously a big boost for the morale in the team, that helped us survive through the third week.
"But again, we need to make clear that cannot be the new standard in the future."
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