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The "schoolboy error" that could shape a future F1 star
George Russell's "schoolboy error" crash out of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix robbed him of his first Formula 1 points. But the pain of that loss after such a strong performance may well come to fuel his growth into a top-tier driver
The dividing line between hero and zero can be breached within the blink of an eye in Formula 1. Just ask George Russell. For most of Sunday afternoon at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Russell had again looked like a man on the verge of something heroic.
Having arrived at Imola putting to bed rumours about his future by confirming with team management that he would indeed be kept on, the young Briton had found himself on the receiving end of some open praise from two-time champion Fernando Alonso.
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