What is the F1 Sprint race and how does it work?

F1 Sprint is happening again this weekend – with the race format set to dazzle spectators and ramp up driver competition. Essentially, F1 Sprint is a mini race which will be run over 100km on Saturday evening, with the usual Grand Prix distance. Taking part will be the 20 drivers who qualified on Friday evening and their starting positions will be determined by their qualifying finishes. Wherever you finish in F1 Sprint will then determine where you begin the Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday. Should you win F1 Sprint, you will start in pole position on Sunday, but should you finish in eighth position, you will start in eighth for the main race.

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