F1 sprint race row: FIA accused of ‘greed’ amid delay in decision to increase number of sprints to six in 2023 season

The teams have unanimously backed a proposal from commercial rights holder F1 to double the number of sprint races to six next year but the FIA said in a statement it was “still evaluating” the proposal, with sources accusing the governing body of ‘greed’

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Craig Slater gives an update on the proposed plans to double the number of sprint races in Formula One from 2023. The FIA has said that it can not approve the increase at this point in time

Craig Slater gives an update on the proposed plans to double the number of sprint races in Formula One from 2023. The FIA has said that it can not approve the increase at this point in time

The FIA’s delay in approving plans to double the number of sprint races in F1 from 2023 has created a major split at the top of the sport, with the governing body being accused of ‘greed’.

There are currently three sprints on the calendar for 2022, the first of which came at last weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola where reigning world champion Max Verstappen claimed victory.

The teams have unanimously backed a proposal from commercial rights holder F1 to hold six sprints next year but, after a Formula One Commission meeting on Tuesday, the FIA said in a statement that it was “still evaluating the impact of the proposal on its trackside operations and personnel”.

Max Verstappen celebrates winning the first spring race of the 2022 season at Imola

Max Verstappen celebrates winning the first spring race of the 2022 season at Imola

Sources have told Sky Sports’ Craig Slater that “unjustifiable financial requests” are behind the FIA’s decision to block the vote.

“The word ‘greed’ was actually used to me,” Slater told Sky Sports News. “And a couple

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Number of folks with CVD threat provided life style help

February 26, 2022

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Weak maintenance of electronic health and fitness documents may add to the reduced noted quantities of life-style interventions supplied to people today with significant BP, higher cholesterol or obesity in England, scientists described.

“As a starting off level, improvements in official recording of life-style interventions in regime medical data are necessary,” Julia M. Lemp, MSc, of the Heidelberg Institute of Worldwide Well being, Germany, said in a push release.

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In the retrospective cohort analyze, Lemp and colleagues analyzed 770,711 grownups freshly identified with hypertension, hyperlipidemia or obesity from 2010 to 2019, with conclusions released in the Journal of the Royal Culture of Medicine.

In folks with hypertension, lifestyle intervention or directions for navigating the diagnosis ended up recorded in the EHRs of only 55.6% (95% CI, 54.9-56.4) of people diagnosed in the study period.

Likewise, less than half of folks with hyperlipidemia experienced records of way of life intervention. Within just the 1 year in advance of and right after first analysis, only 45.2% (95% CI, 43.8-46.6) of these people had recorded life-style help.

In people today with weight problems, 52.6% had electronic document of way of

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