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Nostalgia: Austria sees red as Ferrari pull the switch

For many years, a stigma has been attached to the idea of team orders in Formula One. Some see it as the devaluing of a race victory, making one driver hand it to someone less deserving, while others accept that is a necessary evil when a team has a championship to challenge for. Few races have ignited this particular debate quite like the 2002 Austrian Grand Prix. Many associated the A1 Ring with its picturesque setting but Michael Schumacher had a very different impression after five previous visits to the place. This was his bogey circuit. From stop/go penalties to front wing changes, from being taken out at the start to not even racing at all one year, the A1 Ring didn’t hold many...
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