The FIA ​​has suspended offers for six sprint races

Formula 1: FIA stall in additional proposal for sprint race as teams are not in favor of expansion in 2023: Formula 1 teams agreed in a meeting on Tuesday to double the number of sprint races in 2023 to six. However, formal approval was suspended by the FIA, which needed further evaluation. Follow Formula 1 updates on InsideSport.IN

Meanwhile, the World Management Organization said in a statement that the proposal involved a similar configuration as this season. Given the top stuck points in the 100km Saturday sprint, it still gave the verdict.

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Formula 1: FIA stalls over additional offer for sprint race in 2023 as teams are not in favor of expansion

“While supporting the policy of increasing the number of sprint events, the FIA ​​is still evaluating the impact of this proposal on its trackside operations and staff. And give his opinion to the commission, “said Tariq al-Hashimi, the party’s secretary general. Read the statement.

The rally was led by FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem. Sources said the administration needed a financial commitment from Formula One. However, no immediate comment was received from the FIA.

One year from now, a super majority is required for change to be made in order to publish the results and the FIA ​​holds one-third of the votes in the commission.

Formula 1: FIA stalls over additional offer for sprint race in 2023 as teams are not in favor of expansion

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The first sprint of the season was held in Emola, Italy this weekend. Formula One caretaker chief Ross Brown illuminated the desire for more after the system was first tested in 2021.

“I think all I want to do is settle for at least six races. And then after these three races, we can see if we want to develop the format. But I only want to go to six races. “ Brown says.

Formula 1: FIA stalls over additional offer for sprint race in 2023 as teams are not in favor of expansion
Formula 1: Managing Director of Ross Brown Formula 1.

The sprint format qualifies for the pole position on Friday, with Saturday’s race setting the grid for Sunday’s main race. Meanwhile, two more sprint races will be held in Austria and Brazil this year.

Formula 1: FIA stalls over additional offer for sprint race in 2023 as teams are not in favor of expansion

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