By Alan Baldwin, motor racing correspondent LONDON, Oct 28 (Reuters) - The Brazilian Grand Prix came as a big relief to all at Interlagos on Sunday, and not just because it was the end of the Formula One season. People could concentrate at last on what they were really there for -- a motor race, and a good one at that -- rather than endless paddock politics. It was a respite, a momentary truce. There seem to be so many battles being fought and on so many fronts that it can be hard to ...
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