Formula 1 and Le Mans are set to avoid future calendar clashes as Chase Carey looks to end any chance of both events being held on the same weekend. In 2016, The European Grand Prix and Le Mans were on the same weekend, under the ruling of former F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone.

After Liberty Media’s acquisition of the sport in January, they have outlined a number of changes they want to make, including avoiding a clash in the calendar’s of F1 and other major racing series such as Formula E, the World Endurance Championship and MotoGP.

“We are demonstrating the new relationship between the (Le Mans organiser) ACO (Automobile Club de l’Ouest) and Formula 1,” said ACO chief Pierre Fillon.

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