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Ricciardo warns F1 wins may lose value with reverse grids

Daniel Ricciardo fear the value of a Grand Prix victory may drop if reverse grids are used to artificially shake up the order. Formula 1 managing director motorsports Ross Brawn has been open in his desire to see the sport at least trial reverse grid qualifying races. Article continues under video Both Silverstone and the Red Bull Ring were used twice this year, something that initially started the conversation and, after a vote between teams appeared to have shelved the idea, the unpredictable nature of the Italian Grand Prix, a race that was red flagged and saw a quasi-reverse grid, reopened the discussion. "It’s tough because we want more exciting races," said the Renault...
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