Ricciardo is among the drivers who’d like to see more than 20 races in the F1 series. AFP / SAEED KHAN
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The new owners of Formula One are planning to have more races and a greater presence in North America, and wouldn't mind revving up the ratings with some extra friction among drivers.There are 20 races on the 2017 calendar, starting with the Australian Grand Prix Sunday, and concluding with Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in November.Three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton and Ricciardo, an Australian who finished third on the season standings last year, are among the drivers who'd like to see more than 20 races in the F1 series.Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel, who has won four world drivers' titles, thinks 16 to 20 would be enough.
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