Eight storylines to follow in Super Formula this season
Super Formula’s 2022 season kicks off this weekend with a hotly-anticipated double-header at Fuji Speedway. With no dropped scores and several fancied contenders, the series looks difficult to predict. Here are the major plotlines to follow during the new campaignTomoki Nojiri swept to a dominant first Super Formula crown last year, scoring three wins in the first five races to wrap up the title with a round to spare. While there was no doubt the Mugen driver was the class of the field, he was also able to benefit from Honda’s decisive engine advantage, as well as some of the series’ biggest names inexplicably losing their form.
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the war of clans.
Dolphin of PSG, the Olympique de Marseille realizes a very beautiful season under the orders of Jorge Sampoli, particularly carried by several players from the Paris region. Guendouzi, Harit, Saliba, Bakambu or Gueye play a crucial role in the success of the Phoceans. "They do not want anyone to think they have PSG in a corner of their head. They want to show, even more, that they are Marseille and proud to be Marseillais ", insured Valentin Rongier in press conference, a few hours from the Classico.
Video: Bakambu is not afraid of PSG (Dailymotion)
The midfielder has not forgotten the return of his people after their last trip to the west of the capital, crowned with a short Celebrated success as it should after long years of waiting. "The return to the airport with communion with our fans, it was something strong that we can not see, I think, that here in Marseille. We will do everything to relive these moments with them , hopes former Nantes, who may be the recipe. We go there without a particular pressure. We're going to try to keep our philosophy and make a serious match. (...) Paris does not like running too much after the ball. If we come to deploy our game, to deprive them of balloon and possession, it will be the best way to approach the match.
The knife between the teeth.
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