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F1 – Hungarian GP – Race

Szia, MiniFans! Once again, the sun was pretty much once again hiding away behind clouds, but this time, the weather forecast did predict at least some light rain that was quickly making its way towards the circuit. Despite the warnings, slicks were the norm on the grid, with mediums being more prominent than softs. Russell didn’t let the nerves of

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F1 – French GP – Race

Bonjour, MiniFans! After seeing a good Ferrari strategy for once, even if it was the drivers that came up with it, and Charles Leclerc will, once again, start from pole position. However, both Red Bulls are surrounding him, so the Monegasque has a lot of work to do at the start… Medium tyres plagued the grid, with a couple straggles

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F1 – French GP – Qualifying

Bonjour, MiniFans! We’ve landed in an extremely sunny and hot Paul Ricard, in a race that will take us very close to the summer break. Two places were decided even before the qualifying session kicked off, as engine parts replacements are starting to add up for Sainz and Magnussen. Breaking away from the usual sight, Magnussen wasn’t among the first

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F1 – British GP – Race

Hello, MiniFans! Yesterday, a wet qualifying session gave us a brand new poleman but Sunday welcomed us in a decently sunny way, with some clouds covering the track but seemingly without rain in the horizon for the start of the race. However, as we know, the British weather is unpredictable, as is Red Bull. Max Verstappen decided to go against

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F1 – Canadian GP – Race

Hello, MiniFans! The Saturday rain left Montreal and was substituted by a clear blue sky that welcomed the drivers and the fans alike. After an insane qualifying session, the race presented itself as an interesting test of overtaking for those out of position and a completely different show of skills than the ones needed for qualifying. The start was clean

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F1 – Canadian GP – Qualifying

Hello, MiniFans! After two full season away, we’re finally back in Canada for an F1 weekend. Three years later, we’re standing in the Gilles Villeneuve circuit, ready for some action, as this track never fails to provide us with. In this occasion, the full wets were the tyres chosen for the start of Q1, as rain had been falling steadily

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