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Lotus F1 Team After the first round of the season in Australia, Formula 1 moves to Malaysia this weekend for one of the hottest races of the season where the teams will face a new challenge courtesy of high temperatures, high humidity and the threat of rain. The championship’s new era started in a positive note from an entertaining point of view with a Grand Prix which brought us quite a lot: accidents, punctures, technical failures, Safety Car deployment to even post-race penalties. It was a race which saw the reigning World Champion retiring after five laps as well as two rookies scoring points. Somewhat surprisingly, more than half of the grid made it to the chequered flag with...
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