Russell: Mercedes needs to understand “black magic” of F1 tyres

Russell qualified fourth for Saturday’s sprint at Interlagos, and after a good first lap got up to second, having passed Sergio Perez and the Lando Norris.But he couldn’t maintain that form and lost out to both drivers as he dropped back to fourth, eventually finishing over 25 seconds shy of sprint winner Max Verstappen.Russell said the drop-off in performance had not been anticipated by the …Keep reading

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