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Masi: Proud of what we achieved with Sprint Qualifying

Race director Michael Masi feels that Formula 1 should be proud of what it achieved after trialling the new Sprint Qualifying format at Silverstone. The experimental race weekend was debuted at the British Grand Prix, with Max Verstappen the first driver to claim pole position via a sprint race after jumping qualifying winner Lewis Hamilton off the line. F1 managing director Ross Brawn hailed the format a success in his post-race column and Masi was similarly pleased with the result. “I think the first event has been a success and we’ve seen it’s been amazing to have a full crowd here at the British Grand Prix,' he said. “Everyone should be proud of what we achieved. Looking back,...
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