Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has given his blessing to the latest Formula 1 calendar for this season despite the rash of "demanding" triple-headers.
F1's decision to postpone the season-opening race in Australia until November due to Covid-19 concerns has forced a reshuffle over the second half of a season that boasts a record-breaking 23 races.
It means a run of three triple-headers, including two 16,000-mile round trips, followed by a standalone event in Melbourne before concluding with a double-header in the Middle East.
Last season Steiner voiced his concern at the run of triple-headers, suggesting that "in a normal year this is not sustainable" and that it would "wear people out", albeit adding that "we just have to do it because we have to".
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