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F1 looking at Saturday sprint races for upcoming season

Formula 1 is to hold talks with the 10 teams over trialling Saturday sprint races during the upcoming season, new CEO Stefano Domenicali has revealed. Domenicali, who took over the reins from Chase Carey at the start of the year, has also confirmed the idea of reverse grids tabled last year by managing director motorsports Ross Brawn is officially "over". Article continues under video Since the disruption to the sport caused early last season by the Covid-19 pandemic, F1 has pushed for various trial concepts to be implemented for potential further use, such as the two-day weekend format at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. While reverse grids were voted down, Brawn had hoped it...
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