How Red Bull Won Fair and Square, Why Mercedes Team Orders Call Was Ludicrous, and McLaren’s Season Summed Up In One Race

Eight lead changes. Two Safety Cars. Forty four pitstops. And in the end four cars gunning for the victory. Yesterday’s Hungarian Grand Prix was a fitting send off into the summer break, breeding just about every possible element you could want in a race. We had a damp start in conditions none of the teams

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