F1 Is Too Self Deprecated

Despite it following a pretty tough act in the form of Le Mans, throughout the Austrian Grand Prix weekend I was pretty excited for the racing on track. GP3 was somewhat more entertaining than its usual ‘follow the leader’ snoozefest, GP2 was mega as always, and F1 had a lot of positive elements to it and some

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Teams Catch Up To Mercedes One-Lap Pace, As Red Bull Disappoint On Home Turf

In two weeks we’ve seen a display of Nico Rosberg’s ability to manage a problem whilst at all times maintaining a solid pace up front. Like in Canada, both Mercedes cars were managing brake temperatures throughout the race because of the circuits heavy braking zones which come after long sweeping straights. Whilst you might think a circuit

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