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A track similar to the last one at Malaysia, but with one longer straight, we should see overtaking but can anyone catch up the RedBulls?

Vettel has been dominant in practice 1 and 2, no real surprise.

McLaren did bring an up-date to the track but after testing it they have decided to revert to the previous and not use it.

In practice RedBull and Webber had trouble with KERS again as did Button in the McLaren, overheating was to blame for Buttons problem and RedBull just cant quite seem to get it working right.

Hamilton ended practice 2 in second, 2 tenths behind Vettel, as we have seen this year 2 drivers seem to be a cut above the rest with their current machinery.

Can anyone stop Vettel getting his third win?
Posted April 15, 2011, 11:46:41 AM Logged

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Yes they can  Grin

Lewis Hamilton wins in China, woohoo, way to go Lewis. Cool

What a come back from Webber too, 18th to 3rd.

Best race of the season so far, plenty of overtaking and the best race I’ve seen at China too.
Posted April 17, 2011, 17:58:55 PM Logged
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