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Russell: ‘Shame’ to see teams prioritise performance over safety

George Russell says it’s a “shame” that some Formula 1 teams are prioritising safety over performance in relation to bouncing cars. One of the main topics of conversation in the last number of weeks has been the bouncing 2022 challengers, with the recent Azerbaijan Grand Prix posing a big obstacle for the cars. Mercedes’ Russell […]
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