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Todt against reverse grids in F1 - but won't fight idea

FIA president Jean Todt is against the introduction of reverse grids in Formula 1, but the Frenchman won't fight the concept if a majority of teams support it. The idea of a reverse grid qualifying race was tabled earlier this year but was ultimately rejected as the subsequent vote didn't not reach the unanimous vote it required. But F1's eventful races at Monza and Mugello have revived the concept, with the sport's director of motorsport Ross Brawn insisting the idea is not without merit as a way of improving Grand Prix racing's format. "Unfortunately, we could not move forward with it, but the concept is still something we and the FIA want to work through in the coming months and...
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