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A third of the Formula 1 Grand Prix of 2022 would be in a sprint format

Stefano Domenicali, head of the category, confirmed Maxima's plans in an interview for Sky Sports.

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The future of sprint format in the F1 It's already decided. This was revealed by the Italian Stefano domenicali, head of the category, in an interview that Sky Sports.

The former boss of Ferrari confirmed that the 2022 calendar of the Top Category will be revealed on October 15, which will consist of 23 Grand Prizes and that a third of those submissions would have a qualifying race on Saturday.

Formula 1 sprint race
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“I can anticipate that, for sure, the calendar will have 23 events. Of course we will be very respectful of the Covid regulations issued around the world by different governments. Our goal is that F.1 can give a sign of hope ”, Domenicali admitted.

“The idea is to have a calendar with a logistically correct flow. I can only anticipate that next year the season will start in mid-March and end in mid-November. ", Agregó.

Regarding the sprint format, which defines the starting grid for the Sunday race with a shorter test on Saturday, he assured that it will continue after the tests carried out this year. This scheme was tested in Great Britain GP e Italy and will also apply in Brazil.

Stefano domenicali“The vast majority of the comments we received were super positive. The promoters are super happy because there is something new and important on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We are receiving this positive feedback ”he admitted.

“I can say that the format will not apply everywhere. The idea is to keep it for a third of the races more or less "confirmed Domenicali, who announced that this system could undergo some changes.

“We will involve all stakeholders: journalists, drivers, teams, promoters and fans. We will not forget that our role is to make the right decision and consider everyone's point of view ”, concluded.


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