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Teams have doubts about sprint race: 'Who will pay for it?'

Formula 1 teams have criticized the proposal of a reverse grid qualifying race on a Saturday of a Grand Prix weekend. Team principals are concerned that having a race like this would cost a lot of money and they are wondering who is going to pay for it.   "If we need more spare parts, who will pay for it?," Racing Point team principal Otmar Szafnauer said to RaceFans.net  “The risk of accidents is a lot smaller in a qualification. Now you are dealing with a start, which also starts in reverse order. In addition, the use of tires and engines is different. Even if you would make the race as long as the qualification because not everyone...
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