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F1 Commission to vote on sprint race plans on Thursday

Plans to hold sprint races during the 2021 Formula 1 season will be put to a vote on Thursday at a meeting of the F1 Commission, according to RaceFans. New F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali set out the idea last week, with the initial plan to host a shorter sprint race after qualifying on Saturday at three rounds this season as a trial, before deciding on whether they should be introduced more widely in 2022. The results of qualifying would determine the grid for the sprint race and the results of the sprint race would set the grid for the Grand Prix on Sunday. The final details of the plans will also be discussed at the meeting on Thursday. RaceFans state that the Canadian, Italian and Brazilian...
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