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Race Analysis: How the world fell back in love with Formula One

The Mercedes duo of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg may have been the most dominant we've seen this season, but the Bahrain Grand Prix proved to be one of the most exciting races in a number of years. Here's how it all happened. Just as was the case in Malaysia, tires were the big talking point of the race. The tradeoff between two and three stops was difficult to discern, but the cooler temperatures characterizing the night race tilted the preferred strategy towards two stops. Indeed, the top six finishers all stopped just twice. The fight for the win was always going to be between the two Mercedes drivers, so the focus on the fight for third place was intense. The key teams of this...
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