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Race Report: F1 TV got ‘good racing' right this time

The Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday saw a resurgent Lewis Hamilton take the victory but I’d like to talk about the sound of the cars…just kidding. The grand prix was a dry-weather affair with the threat of potential rain. The possibility had some teams running long stints in case it should begin to but the typical Malaysian afternoon storm never factored. Mercedes were the class of the field using their fuel judiciously and finding reliability for Hamilton’s car while his teammate secured 2nd and represented the first one, two result for the team since Monza in 1955. The days started off with an ominous omen for Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo as the much-discussed fuel flow sensor had...
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