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F1 still eyeing Saturday sprint race

Admitting that reverse grids have been ruled out, F1 boss, Stefano Domenicali admits that the idea of a sprint race on Saturdays is still under serious consideration. The roller-coaster that was Monza last year allowed Ross Brawn to revive the idea of reverse grids as a means of 'spicing up' the action. Thankfully, the proposal was poo-pooed by just about everyone, team bosses, drivers and fans. While F1 boss, Stefano Domenicali admits that reverse grids have been dropped, he is still keen on the idea of a sprint race on Saturdays as well as more opportunities for young drivers other than FP1 sessions. 'What we're looking at is what could be the approach of the so-called sprint race on a...
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