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Why F1's artificial racing tools are to blame for Imola race snoozefest

OPINION: The 2024 Imola Grand Prix was a tedious affair to watch for much of its race. Lando Norris’s late charge up to Max Verstappen made things a tad more interesting, but decisions on critical racing elements reduced the spectacle last Sunday

Yes, the coda was excellent.

Lando Norris flinging his McLaren, Max Verstappen wrestling his Red Bull – all around a brilliantly brutal track. But if bad tonic makes up 90% of your G&T, it’s going to leave an overly bitter taste. And that was Formula 1’s 2024 Imola Grand Prix.

PLUS: Imola Grand Prix Driver Ratings

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