Technical analysis: Brazilian GP

Technical analysis: Brazilian GP

Craig Scarborough looks at the updates and technical changes seen at the Brazilian Grand Prix

The 2009 world championships were surprisingly decided with a race to spare, but the teams fighting for the lower positions still have plenty to fight for.

However this race for the lesser placings has not brought a great rush of late season development parts. It seems the two Asian races saw the major updates and the teams have switched their attention firmly to 2010.

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