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Brundle downplays sprint qualy ‘train' concerns

Martin Brundle has downplayed concerns that the drivers will take it easy in sprint qualifying, adamant they'll go out to 'maximise the opportunity'. Formula 1 will trial sprint qualifying at this weekend's British Grand Prix, the first of three tests for the new format. Instead of Friday's second practice, the drivers will take part in a qualifying session – same system as what F1 has now – that will determined the grid for a sprint race that will be held on the Saturday afternoon. The result of that 100km race will set out the grid for Sunday's grand prix. The top three drivers will also be awarded points towards the championship. But while the likes of Daniel Ricciardo and...
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