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British GP: Sprint race could give these drivers an 'extra life'

The British Grand Prix weekend sees the introduction of sprint races. It’s perhaps one of the most rigorous and obvious changes the Formula 1 weekend has ever seen. The Sprint race will take place over 100km at Silverstone and will determine the grid for Sunday’s main Grand Prix. But who will this benefit the most? And who will suffer? GPblog have delved into some statistics to produce some sprint race predictions, and who might get an 'extra life'.  Daniel Ricciardo  It’s no secret. The Australian has been struggling ever since he made his debut in the McLaren this year. Whilst teammate Lando Norris has been scooping up points, podiums and even a front-row start, Ricciardo...
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