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How driver punishments and incidents will be treated in F1 Sprint Qualifying

Article To news overview © Getty Images/Red Bull Contentpool Ahead of the debut Sprint Qualifying event at the British Grand Prix, Formula 1 race director Michael Masi has detailed how factors such as driver penalties and safety incidents will be dealt with in the shortened race. The sprint will be trialled for the first time on the Saturday afternoon ahead of Sunday's main Grand Prix at Silverstone, with the drivers competing in a 30-minute race over 100 kilometres. As well as the top three getting points, the finishing order will also determine the starting grid for Sunday. Despite the event being much shorter than a 'normal' Grand Prix, Masi says that, should a driver need to be...
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