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Alonso says fans should have a vote on sprint races

Hoping to increase the number of sprint races from three to six this season, Fernando Alonso feels F1 fans should have a say. Last season Formula 1 tried a new race weekend format at three grands prix – the British, Italian and Sao Paulo races – using a sprint race to determine the grid for the grand prix on the Sunday. While Max Verstappen managed to overhaul Lewis Hamilton in the first, setting up their spicy start to the British Grand Prix that ended with the Red Bull driver in the barrier, Monza was a damp squid with several drivers calling it boring. Brazil, however, produced the exact opposite as Hamilton, penalised with a back-of-the-grid start, produced one of the best...
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