could scrap controversial sprint races this year due to stand-off over money, says McLaren boss Zak Brown

SPRINT RACES could be scrapped for the 2022 F1 season, just one year after they were introduced. The British, Italian and Brazilian GP’s each had one of the controversial sprint races the day before the main race, instead of the traditional qualifying session. And wherever the drivers finished in those sprints, was where they started on the grid for the main race on the Sunday. Eight out of 10 teams must agree on the details for the increase in sprint races, but McLaren boss Zak Brown claims there are issues related to the money involved. But for the 2023 season the number of teams needed to agree on a vote for the sprint races drops to just five.

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