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Last week Red Bull launched a thinly-veiled attack on Formula One by way of a glowing appraisal of the sport’s rapidly growing rival, the World Endurance Championship.
Again, it is not unlike Formula One to engage in such unhealthy levels of self-deprecation, and Red Bull’s spectacular outburst is only the latest symptom of deep intra-sport unrest.Read on The Roar
Michael writes a regular F1 column for The Roar each Friday.
The titanic battle between Ferrari and Mercedes at the Bahrain Grand Prix gave Formula One a taste of what could be a thrilling second act of the 2015 season.
Though the reigning championship team continues to hold a raw pace advantage, the desert circuit showed Mercedes is far from the infallible best it reached in its dominant 2014 campaign. Read More