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Australian Grand Prix 2022

Video: Where F1 drivers can make the difference in Melbourne

Australia and the Albert Park Circuit welcome back Formula 1 in 2022, with an all-new challenge awaiting the drivers.

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While straight-line speed and grip through the corners are always at the top of driver wishlists, braking is another area where plenty of lap time can be gained.

F1 brake supplier Brembo have shared all the important statistics for this weekend's Australian Grand Prix, which will take place at an Albert Park Circuit that has undergone major changes since the sport's last visit.

How will the changes alter the challenge - and braking demands - for the drivers?

Check out the video below!

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