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Racing tracks – sleeping pill or energy drink?


The racing weekend took us across the whole world last weekend, with dull or spectacular racing being influenced not only by the quality of the drivers' field and weather conditions, but also by the eternal topic of the rolling surface, the asphalt strips laid out with inspiration or clumsiness on various grounds, depending on the sporting and economical interests. At the ...
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