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Why crash-hit 2022 Australian GP was ‘best moment' for Aston Martin

  Sebastian Vettel's crash in last year's Australian GP was one of four in two days for Aston Martin Mike Krack has hailed last year's Australian Grand Prix as a turning point for his Aston Martin team. The final F1 practice session around Melbourne's Albert Park proved to be a disaster as both Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll crashed out. To rub salt into those wounds, Stroll then crashed into Williams' Nicholas Latifi during the first part of qualifying, causing a red flag that at least allowed Vettel to take part in the session, although he was the second slowest of those that set a time. The four-time F1 champion, however, added insult to injury during the race, remarkably making...
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