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What we learned at the Hungarian Grand Prix

Ferrari aren't the only team with veto power You live, you learn. And in Formula One, you listen, you learn. And what we learned this week involved abandoning an old cliché and learning a little more about those mysterious Memoranda of Understanding signed between the teams and the commercial rights holder that replaced the Concorde Agreement. Details of the Concorde and its replacements have long been shrouded in secrecy, but information leaks out drop by drop. This week's drops concerned the ever-expanding F1 calendar and the new ability that some of the teams have to stop it growing. Under the old Concorde Agreement, the F1 calendar could not go above 20 races without agreement from...
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