David Coulthard previews the Chinese GP
One thing is clear after the first three grands prix of 2010: Red Bull has the fastest car. It's down to the others, starting in China this weekend, to catch up
Three races into the 2010 season and I have to admit I've still not drawn a total picture in my mind of where every Formula 1 team is in relation to its rivals, apart from one: Red Bull clearly has the fastest car, and goes into Shanghai this weekend as the odds-on favourite.
It has had pole for the first three grands prix, and locked out the front row in Melbourne. It scored a one-two finish in the last race of last season in Abu Dhabi, and three races into 2010 has repeated that result, after a lot of questions were asked about its reliability. Other teams would be quite jealous of a one-two finish every three races, wouldn't they? And don't forget Red Bull was one-two here last year, too.
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