Alfa Romeo’s Kimi Raikkonen believes the 2022 Formula 1 calendar presents a real risk of pushing personnel too far.

The series has returned to its plan for a 23-race schedule, looking to make that happen for 2022 after the 2021 season was reduced to 22 rounds.

And with the 2022 campaign set to be completed in a shorter timeframe, between March and November, the polarising triple-headers are set to return.

The first one, to take place after the summer break, is an all-European affair of the Belgian, Dutch and Italian GPs, as was the case this year.

The second though is more logistically challenging, with Formula 1 set to visit Russia, Singapore and Japan on consecutive weekends.

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