WITHIN

F1 Racing - - TURN 1, SUZUKA AND AUSTIN -

Seb re­mains a ques­tion mark. Think Sil­ver­stone, 2014, when he was rac­ing wheel-to-wheel with Fer­nando, or any of the three races he’s won with Fer­rari in 2015, and you have the per­fect, rac­ing coun­ter­part to the su­per-or­gan­ised Red Bull clone who won four world cham­pi­onships in a row. He’s the win­ner who now also races…

What, though, was Seb think­ing on the open­ing lap of the 2015 Mex­i­can GP? This was Tur­key 2010, re­vis­ited; this was Seb still show­ing an un­usual de­gree of as­sump­tion. Bear in mind also that it was Daniel Ric­cia­rdo he drove into and a few more pieces fall into place: the dom­i­nant, all-con­sum­ing win­ner in Malaysia, Monza and Sin­ga­pore still has a red-mist side

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