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Reversed-grid races would show F1 has failed – Vettel

Sebastian Vettel says reversed-grid races in Formula 1 would be “completely wrong” and says the sport needs to address its issues rather than “play the lottery.' For 2020 Formula 1 chiefs floated the idea of a Sprint Race to take place instead of the three-part qualifying session at three events. The grid for the shorter race would be set by reversing the championship order and its outcome would then provide the line-up for the actual grand prix. This was rejected by Formula 1 teams while a revival of the concept for this year's second events in Austria and Britain, amid the revised coronavirus-hit season, was also dismissed. The chaotic nature of the Italian Grand Prix prompted...
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