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Why a Good Start Is so Critical to Today’s F1 Racing

All Sebastian Vettel has to do at Sunday’s Indian Grand Prix to seal a remarkable fourth world drivers’ titles in as many years is finish fifth. Regardless of where closest rival Fernando Alonso finishes, fifth will seal the deal for Vettel once again. Even if Vettel fails to finish and Alonso wins, it’s almost impossible to see the Spaniard mounting the biggest comeback in F1 history to snatch the title over the remaining three races after that. Not that Vettel won’t be nervous on the grid on Sunday morning wherever he ends up on the grid. And if he’s not on pole position he will be left with an interesting decision to make. If he’s second or third, does he risk going for it to make up places into the fi...

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