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FIA F1 Commission approves Sprint Qualifying plans

The FIA Formula 1 Commission has approved the adoption of a Sprint Qualifying at three Grands Prix during the 2021 season. These events will be held at two European and one non-European venue. The format is designed to increase the on-track action and engage fans in new and innovative way. It also strikes the right balance of rewarding drivers and teams on merit while also giving others the chance to battle their way through the field on Saturday to increase their race chances on Sunday. On the Friday there will be a qualifying session after the First Free Practice that will determine the grid for the Sprint Qualifying on Saturday. The results of Saturday's Sprint Qualifying will determine...
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