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Mercedes blocking F1 reverse grid qualifying races

Mercedes blocking F1 reverse grid qualifying races

1 June 2020

- Formula 1

Mercedes is understood to be blocking the introduction of reverse grid qualifying races ahead of a Formula 1 Strategy Group meeting this week Read More

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