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Singapore GP: Race team notes - Alfa Romeo

When Antonio Giovinazzi leapt into the lead of the Singapore Grand Prix, we knew it was not going to last until the end. Our man was yet to pit, unlike the earlier front-runners, and with the race extending deeper into the night, it was a given that he'd end up relinquishing his position at the front of the field. And yet, for a little while we dreamt about circumstances that would produce a different outcome - and so very nearly saw our wishes come true. In the end, George Russell's race-ending impact with the wall, which caused the first Safety Car period of the night, came a handful of laps too late to favour Antonio, who had by then already stopped and rejoined lower in the field. But...
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