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Prost 'would leave the sport' if F1 resorted to reverse grids

F1 legend and Alpine advisor Alain Prost says he would rather leave the sport rather than endure the desolate spectacle of reverse grids in Formula 1. After Silverstone and Monza, Grand Prix racing will conclude its sprint race trial in November at Interlagos, after which the sport will undertake a full assessment of the novel format's pros and cons. In the interim however, a number of suggestions have been tabled to boost the Saturday afternoon 100 km event, with the idea of a reverse grid rearing once again its ugly head. But not everyone is opposed to the controversial approach, with Ferrari remaining open to an idea that they believe can boost the show for the fans. Read also - Wolff:...
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