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"Scheduling the opening races of the 2009 calendar later in the evening might do well for the European fans – due to the time zone – but most F1 drivers find the measure quite dangerous. The Australian Grand Prix turned into a twilight event in the closing stages of both Saturday's qualifying and Sunday's race, and the drivers didn't like it. The first driver to speak out was Toyota's Jarno Trulli, who argued that the final sections of the p..." Continue Reading →
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