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Qatar Takeaways: The cherry on top of a triple header

The Qatar Grand Prix was the cherry on top of the season’s final triple header, a new track with numerous unknowns playing into its outcome was not the only reason for that, as the narrative to what went down on that cool desert night had been building up since Mexico. I am in no way referring to on-track action, as once Max Verstappen was kicked back to seventh on the starting grid, the writing was on the wall. Lewis Hamilton was going to have a cruise to the flag. The only exciting part was Verstappen going seventh to second within six laps, but once there, it was clear the Dutchman lacked the firepower to attack the seven-time World Champion. But ever since Mexico and probably the...
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