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LAS VEGAS — Midway through his post-race interview, Oscar Piastri paused as the huge fireworks display over the Las Vegas Strip interrupted his train of thought.
“Jesus Christ…” he said, the noise turning everyone’s heads towards the sky. He deadpanned: “Welcome to Las Vegas.”
Even as F1 ended its Las Vegas weekend on a high note with one of the most exciting races of the season, a three-way fight for the win that went down to the closing stages, there was no escaping the significance of the off-track show.
It had been a point of contention for many.
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