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Wolff not warming to the sprint race concept in F1

Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has not been won over by the sprint race concept in F1, and is 'not sure' they will stay. 2021 has seen the introduction of sprint races into Formula 1 for the first time, a shorter racing format which the series has used twice already to set the grid for a grand prix. The British Grand Prix at Silverstone hosted the debut of Sprint Qualifying in Formula 1, while the concept appeared again at Monza, determining the grid for the Italian Grand Prix. Feedback has been mixed, with the Monza sprint not proving as entertaining as Silverstone, but Wolff is yet to be convinced that it is the way forward for Formula 1. 'I think the sprint races was worth the try, not...
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