Formula 1

But sometimes we’ve needed another unit of measurement altogether. In the latest of our “Short View Back to the Past” series, Chief Editor Kevin Turner looks at when an F1 driver won by two laps… Which motorsport tale would you like us to cover next? Please let us know in the comments. shares comments
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The result of this slow-down in performance orientated parts arriving at the track inevitably leads to teams narrowing their focus further still, with teammates often running different setups and aerodynamic configurations during free practice sessions as they seek the balance required around the entirety of a lap. As qualifying approaches this usually leads to convergence
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