How Red Bull dominated the Malaysian GP
After two frustrating races, Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull came good in Malaysia, where the team put on a dominant display as its main rivals faltered. Adam Cooper analyses Red Bull's powerful performance at Sepang
A week can be a long time in grand prix racing, and the contrast in emotions in the Red Bull camp between Australia and Malaysia was marked.
After the flag in Melbourne, team principal Christian Horner was struggling to keep a brave face. Having already endured a frustrating opening race in Bahrain, he'd now seen one of his cars slide out of the lead and into the gravel with what turned out to be a wheel retention problem, while the other was lucky to salvage ninth after getting involved in a silly late collision with Lewis Hamilton.
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