Christian Horner has a radical way of taking sprint qualifying even further – floating the notion of unpopular ‘reverse grids’ and more points.

Sprint qualifying is set to make its Formula 1 debut at the British Grand Prix in July via the format of a shorter race on Saturday, the result of which will set the grid for the main event on Sunday July 18.

A small amount of World Championship points are due to be awarded for the top three finishers in sprint qualifying, which is expected to undergo further trials at the Italian Grand Prix and one more 2021 weekend – potentially Sao Paulo if it goes ahead.

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