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Why Ferrari's turnaround is difficult to explain
Ferrari returned to form in the United States, with a performance swing from Suzuka to Austin that raised a few eyebrows when compared to how most teams matched up across the two most recent events.
Looking at the United States Grand Prix, it's clear Ferrari has once again found the performance light switch and flicked it to 'on'.
From the last two races at Austin and Suzuka, which are fairly similar tracks with fast, high-speed sweeping sections, reasonably long straights and the odd twisty bit that requires decent traction, you would say the order of merit for these circuits should be similar.
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