18 February 2022
Formula 1 will hold three sprint races this year following a compromise was found over money concerns.
Success last year in increasing action and excitement with a grid-setting short Saturday race, F1 had intended to double the number of sprints to six in 2022.
Some top teams wanted the cost cap to increase due to running extra events.
Not prepared to amend its budget cap, the F1 Commission offered a compromise of three sprints.
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