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F1 weighing up Baku weekend format change

F1 is discussing a potential change for the race weekend format for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku An all-new Formula 1 race weekend format is currently under discussion that could make its debut at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. At present, the fourth round of this season is set to host the first of six sprint events. The programme currently constitutes a single 60-minute practice session on Friday followed by qualifying later in the day that sets the grid for Saturday's sprint, the result of which determines the grid for Sunday's grand prix. Unfortunately, that format has resulted in an almost defunct second practice session earlier on Saturday that is now used for nothing more than...
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