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The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: No. 57

As America retreated back to its dinner tables for the Easter weekend (save for the Truck and Nationwide series, whose teams obviously aren't good enough to be given major national holidays off) it was racing in Europe that took centre stage, while being in Asia. F1 looked set for a repeat of last year's Malaysian wash out (though Kimi was too busy to reprise his Choc Ice routine) with qualifying more than living up to that billing, with a deluge bringing out the red flag. The race was rather a damp squib (or rather it wasn't - that was the problem) as F1 2010 showed its one-stop-and-hold-on-till-the-end colours only livened up by Ferrari, between Alonso's retirement and a timely broadcast from Rob 'beeeeeeautiful' Smedley. But as F1 got...

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