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The Double Droite du Beausset at Paul Ricard might just be the most spectacular viewing spot on the F1 calendar. That probably sounds incongruous for a track that produces little racing action, but this is simply watching the dynamics of an F1 car around a long, demanding corner.
It’s not often you get to observe changes in the cars’ stance at different parts of the turn and how that determines their subsequent behaviour. It’s just after the flat-in-top Signes, so the left-hand tyres have just had a major workout and are about to get another.
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