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Formula 1 In Retrospect: A Tale of Two Seasons

Through eighteen-and-a-half races a title was won by the unexpected Jenson Button, who, after years of fading into the background, produced an opening display worthy of praise which also solidified his position in the lead of the driver’s championship. However, his opening flourish at the hands of a rookie Brawn GP team became a contradiction to the second half of the season, where the tables were turned and the leaders became the followers. As teams fought to edge their way around the new regulations and improve their performance, gaps were closed and the status quo was overturned. We truly had a season of two halves, where the lead drivers and teams differed between the two. And some profited more than others. There is no denying that B...

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