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F1 teams agree financial package for sprint races

Sprint races are believed to have got the go-ahead, as teams are reportedly happy with a financial agreement in place to cover extra costs. The idea for the trialled format has been much reported over the winter break, and teams were believed to have been relatively on board with the introduction of sprint races but required extra details on how exactly they would work. Cost was the biggest factor at play, with constructors understandably worried that the introduction of more races would lead to added costs, which causes problems given the recent introduction of a cost cap. But that hurdle appears to have been overcome now, as reported by Motorsport.com, with teams set to receive around...
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