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FIA approve plans for number of sprint races in 2023 F1 season

Article To news overview © XPBimages The FIA have approved plans for the number of Formula 1 sprint races in 2023 to increase from its current level of three. In an e-vote earlier on Tuesday (September 27th), the World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) approved the "regulatory framework" needed to allow the extra sprint sessions to take place. The number of sprint races in the 2023 season is set to rise from its current level of three to six - meaning 25% of the record-breaking 24 Grands Prix on next year's calendar will be sprint weekends. Sprint races were first introduced at the 2021 British Grand Prix to set the grid after a traditional qualifying session on a Friday evening. Other...
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