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Brawn: Would like to have six Sprint Races next year

Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn revealed on Saturday that he would like to have six Sprint Races next year, after the first of the three planned for 2022 was concluded on Saturday at Imola. Saturday saw the first Sprint Race of the year at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, which is also the first round of the European season. Brawn told reporters after World Champion Max Verstappen won the race for Red Bull, taking eight points, that a meeting of the Formula 1 commission on Tuesday would discuss doubling the number of such races. The previous attempt was thwarted because some teams expressed concern about the cost of crashes and wanted an increase in the budget cap. 'We would like to...
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