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The F1 demolition that will be tough to repeat

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The F1 demolition that will be tough to repeat
Jan 25, 2018, 10:35 AM

The first aim in Formula 1 is to beat your teammate, and one contest in 2017 was utterly one-sided - now the same team will host the most exciting duel in 2018. By James Roberts.

Focus. Attack. There's just one opponent you need to beat. At its core, Formula 1 has a simple premise: defeat your teammate. It doesn't matter if you're driving the title-winning Mercedes or a back-of-the-grid Sauber. You go into every grand prix with a clear objective.

Get the better of your teammate in qualifying and the chances of scoring more points on Sunday increases. Achieve that consistently and everything begins to snowball - the focus of the team shifts in your direction.

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