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F1 teams turn down reverse grid qualifying for 2020

According to reports, the concept of a reversed-grid qualifying race of three race weekends in 2020. The concept was Liberty Media’s attempt to improve Formula 1 via new concepts in racing to increase the excitement level and create some buzz around a race weekend. While admitting their current qualifying procedure is fine, the sport’s owners […]The post F1 teams turn down reverse grid qualifying for 2020 appeared first on The Parc Fermé.
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