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Formula 1 would have had grid start with zero cars

Formula 1 would have carried out a grid start with zero cars had Lewis Hamilton joined his rivals in pitting for slick tyres in Hungary. The Hungarian Grand Prix was red-flagged after two first-lap crashes on Sunday and Race Control opted to carry out a standing restart. The remaining 15 drivers in the field left […]
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