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Five tech talking points from Mugello
The Tuscan Grand Prix produced a wild encounter but despite being the final leg of another triple-header, a number of teams came to the Italian event with new upgrades. Here are five tech talking points from Mugello
Formula 1's first racing visit to Mugello was, arguably, a success. The first few laps were incredibly messy, granted - and there's probably plenty of carbonfibre manufacturers rubbing their hands together with glee at the prospect of repairs - but the Tuscan Grand Prix felt completely unconventional.
The results table didn't entirely back that up, of course, and 20 Formula 1 drivers tackled an unfamiliar circuit for 59 laps with Lewis Hamilton coming out on top - but Mugello put on a somewhat madcap and zany F1 race that will surely stick out as a memorable encounter.
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