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Formula 2 to retain single Qualifying session format

Formula 2 will retain its single Qualifying session format Formula 2 will retain its current single-session Qualifying format rather than moving towards the three-segment system employed by Formula 1. Championship CEO Bruno Michel reasoned that the complexities of changing the system would outweigh any benefits of doing so. Formula 2 currently has a single 30-minute session on Friday afternoons, with a driver's fastest lap from any point throughout that time counting. That results in a flurry of activity early as the field works to record a banker lap before a lull in proceedings as it files into the pit lane for a second set of tyres. Then, in the closing moments of the session, it heads...
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