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F1’s return to France and the Paul Ricard circuit was a nightmare for fans getting to the circuit and when they did finally get there, the race they were treated to could best be described as ‘OK’. Sure, Vettel clouting Bottas and the first corner meant we could to see two cars fight through from the back.