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Friday noticebook - Singapore GP

Following the epic battle between Ferrari and Mercedes at Monza two weeks ago, Formula One left the old continent to continue its exciting show in Singapore. The street circuit with its buzzing atmosphere represents arguably the toughest challenge in the sport due to the heat, humidity and very complicated layout. The daunting slow-speed corners - After the last two races were dominated by Ferrari, it seems that in Singapore the balance of power has swung back to what was the norm a couple of months ago. As on many other occasions this year, Ferrari found itself in trouble to keep up with the cornering speeds of its main rivals, Mercedes and Red Bull. The Scuderia’s SF90 was the fastest...
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