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Piastri hails ‘pretty special' F1 podium

Oscar Piastri scored the first podium of his F1 career in Japan. Image: XPB Images Oscar Piastri branded his first Formula 1 podium “pretty special” after finishing third in the Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka. The Australian had started on the front row but found himself crowded out by a defensive Max Verstappen off the start, opening the door for team-mate Lando Norris to take second. Running third in the opening stanza, he moved ahead of his stablemate through the first round of stops. He then lacked the pace of Norris in the middle part of the race, McLaren reversing the order on track to release the Brit. With George Russell attempting a one-stop, Piastri fell behind the Mercedes...
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