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F1 drivers sign off with a quiet night out

©Instagram/ZhouGunyu Long after the checkered flag had dropped on the 2023 F1 season, a quiet scene unfolded away from the racetrack in Abu Dhabi, revealing the camaraderie that binds F1 drivers beyond the fierce competition. On Sunday evening, a group of drivers gathered for a private dinner, and though the season’s victor, Max Verstappen, was absent, his colleagues' presence underscored the sense of unity that permeates the paddock, despite the intense rivalries that fuel their on-track battles. As the drivers savored their quiet night out, their shared experiences and unwavering passion for the sport transcended the competitive arena, reaffirming the human connection that lies at the...
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