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F1 Sprint Race Trial To Go Ahead After Teams Agree Financial Package

Formula One is poised to trial sprint races at three rounds of the 2021 calendar, after all ten teams agreed a financial package for the proposal with Liberty Media. As per the deal, Liberty Media will pay each team a one-off payment of $500,000 to cover their costs of competing in the three trial sprint races this year. Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story! The $145 million budget cap will be raised by the same amount, and teams will also be able to apply for additional compensation if their cars suffer damage during the trial sprint races. This year’s British, Italian and Brazilian grand prix have been earmarked to host the three trial sprint races, though there are...
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