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F1 qualifying changes approved and you might like it

We mentioned a few weeks ago that Formula 1 was looking into the idea of improving the qualifying session by avoiding the case of cars sitting in garages for Q3 to save tires and get a free pick on what compounds they would start the race with. You see, teams that placed a timed lap in Q3 had to start on the tires they set their qualifying time on and some teams, not destined for the front row, decided that sitting in the garage would skirt the issue of tire commitment. F1 wasn’t too keen on that nuance to their qualifying rules so they’ve decided to act. The strategy group met this week to approve changes to the qualifying session by allowing teams who make it to Q3 to actually start...
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