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The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: No. 54

As NASCAR and its arguments faded into the background with their first break from competition since Daytona, it was time for the other major series of the world to take to the stage. F1 started off in Bahrain, and after a winter full of hype (seemingly mostly involving some guy named Schumacher), it delivered one of the most underwhelming races in recent memory. The lack of passing would have been sleep inducing enough, but even that was compounded by the fact it was all done in slow motion—the 2010 cars-come-supertankers barely mustering the strength to lap in under two minutes. And if F1's opener was a tragedy, then Indycar in Sao Paulo was nearly a comedy. All weekend, the cars struggled down the concrete straight of the Sambodr...

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