Back to the race, there's corners in Brazil as well and Ferrari was quite competitive last year. I think they may be there or thereabouts, certainly in qualifying. Depends how ahead they are on the straights. The corners will be difficult for them because they're very long corners, Paul Ricard showed how good Mercedes is on long corners. However that was before Red Bull got on top of their aero, and now they are very good in slow speed corners. In USA, Verstappen had the fastest 3rd sector, which is the slowest corners in the lap. In Hungary Verstappen snatched pole because of sector 3, which is a long slow speed corner followed by a long medium speed corner. Brazil's corners are very much like this, so could be good for them. I'm also excited to see McLaren vs Renault these last two races.
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