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Formula 1: News, Opinions, and Rants

This is the first time in many years where the Formula 1 offseason hasn’t provided us with more excitement than the actual racing season. This is a good thing. It means we had a season to remember. It also means there won’t be many changes. I, for one, am in favor of this. We get to see Mark Webber take a second crack at Sebastian Vettel—presumably on equal terms. We get to see if Jenson Button can win for McLaren on speed—and not just strategy. But we also get to see, or, in my case hope, that Felipe Massa obliterates Fernando Alonso. I have no love for Alonso, which I have joyfully made clear in a number of my articles. Alonso is the type of driver that when he speaks, he doesn’t seem to say anything sensible...

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