The number of sprints will rise to six in 2023, but it could be F1 will not stop there.
As part of the new plans, drivers would be limited to just one practice session during a race weekend.
F1's sprint race concept could become slightly more palatable if fans view the 30-minute session a little differently than usual.
Reverse-grid races in F1 do not appeal to Daniel Ricciardo, who thinks they may produce undeserved winners.
Sergio Perez likes the fact F1 fans enjoy sprint qualifying, but he is not too keen on them from a personal perspective.
One-shot qualifying for a sprint race is the way forward in Formula 1, according to Lando Norris.
Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn wants the trial of sprint qualifying to lay the foundations for further experiments.
Ross Brawn says that Sunday's races are still the main focus of F1 Grand Prix weekends, following the introduction of sprint qualifying.