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2014 United States Grand Prix Sunday in Tweets

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After a fraught build-up to the United States Grand Prix, a lively race and an enthusiastic crowd provided a welcome tonic for Formula One.

Here’s how it unfolded on Twitter.


A rumoured boycott of the race by three teams dominated talk earlier in the weekend, but it was clear well before the start that it would not happen.


McLaren mechanics were busy early on as both drivers pitted at the end of lap one, taking advantage of the Safety Car period.

After Sergio Perez’s crash, the other Force India of Nico Hulkenberg failed.

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    2 comments on “2014 United States Grand Prix Sunday in Tweets”

    1. Is there a list of crowd attendances somewhere? Be an interesting article.

      1. Austin American-Statesman reports:
        @COTA announces Sunday attendance of 107,778 fans for this year’s #USGP. Total attendance for the three-day weekend was 237,406.

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