What is the F1 Sprint race and how does it work?
This weekend marks the return of F1 Sprint, a thrilling race format that will heighten driver competition.
It debuted during the British Grand Prix in Northamptonshire the previous year, and this year it will return for the Austrian Grand Prix.
Your favorite athletes, including Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, will compete in this afternoon’s main event.
What is F1 Sprint?
F1 Sprint, which will take place on Saturday night over 100km with the typical Grand Prix course, is essentially a mini-race.
The F1 Sprint race is planned to be nonstop from start to finish and is sure to thrill the tens of thousands of spectators.
The most recent edition will start on Saturday at 3.30 p.m.
The 20 drivers that qualified on Friday night will compete, and their starting positions will be determined by how well they performed in qualifying.
The Austrian Grand Prix will start from wherever you finish in F1 Sprint on Sunday.
If you place first in the F1 Sprint, you will start from the pole position for the main race on Sunday; however, if you place eighth, you will start from the eighth position.
The 100km race will consist of 17 laps over Silverstone’s almost 4-mile track.
The F1 Sprint is anticipated to last for about 25 to 30 minutes, and watchers and potential new fans are anticipated to be drawn in by its fast-paced and thrilling character.