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Sprint races should not decide title says Brawn

Ross Brawn admits that fellow F1 bosses are keen that the world championship should not be decided by sprint races. As it stands, Silverstone, Monza and Interlagos are set to host the controversial Sprint Qualifying races this season. The new format, intended to spice up the weekend, will see qualifying take place on Friday afternoon (or evening) to decide the grid order for a 100 km sprint race on Saturday. The result of the sprint race - for which minimal points will be awarded to the first three finishers - will decide the grid for Sunday's Grand Prix. With the title fight looking as though it could go down to the wire - technical directives aside - in a clear case of wanting their cake...
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