After what was a cracking race in Montreal, Formula 1 still persists in attempting to pick its nose through the wrong orifice.
Yes, Red Bull’s opportunistic win came from Mercedes effectively scoring an ‘own goal’ in Canada, but it could also be argued that Brackley’s stumble was caused through complacency – or relying too heavily on energy recovery retardation than good old fashioned brake-balance.
But out-thinking the opposition (and sometimes yourself) is the name of the game. The nature of competition creates entertainment naturally, regardless of the winning margin. Anything else resembles something akin to a fixed boxing match.
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