In recent years, television viewers have been party to an ever-increasing number of in-race radio transmissions.
Some are mysterious, referring to traction metrics or magic paddles. Some reveal an imminent strategy change from pre-arranged Plan A to Plan B or even C. Some seem to state the obvious.
But just how important is in-race radio communication between race engineer and driver?
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