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MONDAY MORNING DEBRIEF: The rain never came, but the weather still proved decisive in Miami – here’s why

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There was a good chance of rain in the Miami Grand Prix – especially after a downpour on Saturday night. In the end it never came, but as Mark Hughes explains, the weather was still a crucial factor on race day, especially for the Mercedes and Red Bull drivers...

Although the Mercedes W14 had its least competitive qualifying of the season to date at Miami, well adrift of the Ferraris and Fernando Alonso’s Aston Martin, the strategy team believed they might be able to conjure an advantage over those teams on race day.

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