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17 March 2022
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The hotly-anticipated 2022 Formula 1 World Championship is revving up. New cars, same stars, and a few wildcards to contend with. Pre-season testing has indicated it’s all to play for.
Late aero additions to the Red Bull looked incredibly effective last week. Meanwhile, Ferrari appear to have their quickest car for years.
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With 23 races (including newcomer Miami and returning favourites Australia, Canada and Japan), the 2022 calendar is the most action-packed in F1’s history.
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