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Conclusions from the Singapore Grand Prix

In this edition we analyse a vintage showing fro Vettel, Leclerc's unhappiness, Red Bull's annoyance and Gio's spell in the lead of the race. Ferrari show street-fighting credentials So much for the expert consensus that Ferrari wouldn’t even be in the fight for a podium, let alone a race victory, at Marina Bay. The Italian outfit’s updates on its front-end proved decisive and provided Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc with the balance and front downforce that they had lacked at slow-speed circuits through the rest of the season. The high-speed masters became street fighters overnight. Ferrari’s advantage at high-speed circuits such as Monza is well documented, but the...
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