Sprint GP: Lechler & Sainz (Ferrari) Emotion Danger / Formula 1

Sprint GP: Lechler & Sainz (Ferrari) Emotion Danger / Formula 1

Formula 1 CEO Stefano Dominical wants to experiment with the sprint race in 2021. Ferrari team boss Matia Binotto and drivers Carlos Sainz and Charles Lechler find it interesting, but there is a danger.

Former Benetton and Renault team boss Flavio Briatore has been campaigning for years: “The Formula 1 race is too long, it is not there yet. The world is changing, and if Formula 1 wants to survive, it will have to deal with scenarios that haven’t been there since yesterday. “

Briatore’s longtime partner Ross Bronn, today Formula 1’s sports director, has long wanted to try a different GP format. The Englishman had made up his mind to replace the classic final training on some GP weekends with a 30-minute qualification race. The starting grid will be in reverse order of the World Cup stand. The result of the Mini-GP will be the line-up for the main race. Background: Even top drivers won’t be able to get from the front to the very back in half an hour, see Lewis Hamilton at Monza 2020. So the race to continue in their race will continue – and the Grand Prix will also be more chilly.

Formula 1 CEO Stefano Dominici wants to experiment with a different format over four GP weekends in 2021: “We have to be open to new ideas. We are looking at ways by which we can become more modern, but we do not want to end the tradition. Therefore the suggestion is far from the table to reverse the initial grid. We are currently discussing how we can implement this with racing teams. ‘

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What do Ferrari team boss Matia Binotto and two drivers Charles Lechler and Carlos Sainz say?

Matia Binotto: “We are very involved in the negotiations with Formula 1 and the FIA. It would be awesome if the race was more unpredictable and therefore more spectacular. And if we believe that some changes will make the game more attractive, then we will vote for it. But we have to look at all the details. “

Charles Leclercq: “I think the idea is interesting and I think we should try something like this. But we have to see, for example, how we should do this in the context of the World Cup. What is important to me: The Grand Prix is ​​indeed a great prize, a World Championship run one does not have to be aware of the sprint race. “

Carlos Sainz: “If we don’t try it, we won’t know if it works or not. But I agree with Charles – a Grand Prix needs to be very special. Is this still the case when we have two winners on a weekend? At the same time, I think 2021 is the ideal season with this kind of experimentation and then the right thing to do for 2022, when we compete with an entirely new generation of racing cars. “

Provisional formula 1 calendar 2021

Presentations
2 March: Mercedes (Internet)
March 2: Alpine (Internet)
March 3: Aston Martin (Internet)
March 4: Haas (Internet)
March 5: Williams (Internet)
March 10: Ferrari Auto (Internet)

Winter trial
12-14 March in Bahrain

weather
March 28: Sakhir, Bahrain
18. April: Imola, Italian
02. Mai: Portimo, Portugal
09. May: Barcelona, ​​Spain
23. Never: Monte Carlo, Monaco
June 6: Baku, Azerbaijan
13. June: Montreal, Canada
27 June: Le Castellet, France
4 July: Spielberg, Austria
18 July: Silverstone, Great Britain
August 01: Budapest, Hungary
29 August: Spa, Belgium
5 September: Zandovort, Netherlands
12. September: Monza, Italian
26 September: Sochi, Russia
03 October: Singapore, Singapore
October 10: Suzuka, Japan
October 24: Austin, USA
October 31: Mexico City, Mexico
07. November: Sao Paulo, Brasilin
21. November: Melbourne, Australian
5 December: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
12. Dezember: Yes Marina, Abu Dhabi

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