F1 » Raikkonen admits ‘seconds and thirds’ not enough


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The fastest car/driver in ANY race is the one that completes the proscribed distance in the shortest time and until someone changes the equation Speed = Distance/Time, this will remain true. This is why the 1st prize is given to the first one to pass the chequered flag. Can someone now explain 'cooked speed', which is , obviously, the opposite of raw speed? How long does it need to be cooked?



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