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Debate | Has 'party mode' made a return for Mercedes?

Lewis Hamilton has taken pole for the sprint race in Brazil with his new engine but will have to give up five places for the Grand Prix on Sunday. With this new engine, the Party Mode almost seems to be back. The question for this Friday is as follows: Has Party Mode made a return to F1? Party Mode in F1 In previous years you always had to wait until the last part of qualifying before you saw the real speed of Mercedes. Then it was time for the 'Party Mode', where the engine was opened up completely. Nowadays this is no longer allowed because from qualifying onwards the engine has to be in one mode. Read more Verstappen happy with P2: 'No big shock for me' Formula 1 is also trying to make...
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