Formula 1 will have another new race director at the Spanish Grand Prix when Eduardo Freitas makes his debut for round six of the season.

Before the start of the 2022 campaign, after Michael Masi had been removed from the role, the FIA announced Freitas and Niels Wittich would be sharing the race director role.

But Freitas’ start has been delayed due to his existing commitment as the race director for the World Endurance Championship, which means Wittich has presided over the first five grands prix of the season.

However, have reported Freitas will step into the hotseat for the Barcelona weekend from May 20-22, with Wittich serving as his deputy at the Circuit de Catalunya.

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