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Alexander Albon | Red Bull Racing

Max Verstappen | Red Bull Racing

#F1 Race Review: 2019 FORMULA 1 JAPANESE GRAND PRIX


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Ambient 22° Track 37° Humidity 58% Wind 2.5 m/s

Prelude

Glorious blue skies arced over the hallowed asphalt at Suzuka as the last minute preparations were feverishly underway on the grid. Kubica was looking at a pitlane start after his crash in qualifying forced Williams to change his chassis. Similarly, Magnussen was dinged 5 places for his…

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#F1 Qualifying Review: Draft for Matt

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Ambient 22° Track 34° Humidity 62.4% Wind 4.8 m/s

Prelude

Bright, sunny and windy a complete contrast to the typhoon that smashed into Japan the day before and kicked qualifying all the way to race day, with the all the risks inherent in not smashing ones car hours before the race trying for that extra tenth. Many rumours swirling equally…

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Max Verstappen l Monaco 2019

Alex Albon l Russia 2019

Alex Albon & George Russell l Russia 2019

Alexander Albon | Red Bull Racing

#F1 Race Review: 2019 FORMULA 1 ROLEX MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ


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Ambient 25° Track 48° Humidity 35.7% Wind 0.8 m/s

Prelude

The haze hung low on the horizon as puffballs of clouds dotted the sky fancifully, sunshine blazing down onto the paddock, occasionally interrupted as a wayward cloud drifted across the sun. Pirelli predicted a one stop as being the fastest way round, though the ever climbing track…

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#F1 Qualifying Review: 2019 FORMULA 1 ROLEX MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ

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Ambient 24° Track 42° Humidity 54% Wind 0.8 m/s

Prelude

Massive clouds scudded through the blue dome of sky enclosing the paddock at the Hungarian Grand Prix, the unsettled weather contributing healthily to the uncertainty around a track where overtaking is normally in short supply.

With a rain shortened FP2 spoiling many a team’s long runs, and…

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