FIA rubber stamps sprint race crash damage deal with F1 teams

The latest changes to the 2021 FIA Financial Regulations include official confirmation of the numbers that were finally agreed after months of debate between the teams, the FIA and F1, which delayed the official announcement of the sprint qualifying format.
Teams were concerned that a sprint race and thus an extra start and first lap created a risk of extra damage, and that it would compromise …Keep reading

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