How Red Bull lost out in China

How Red Bull lost out in China

Once again, Red Bull saw its hopes of victory vanish despite having dominated qualifying in China. Adam Cooper analyses what went wrong for the Milton Keynes-based team

Since China things have no doubt been a little hectic in Woking, Brackley, Maranello and elsewhere as the top teams try to find that little bit of extra performance with which to take on Red Bull Racing in Barcelona and beyond.

This time last year most teams were in a rush to add double diffusers to their cars as they sought to close the gap to Brawn GP. This time things are a little more complex as rivals attempt to fully understand the reasons behind RBR's qualifying pace, which once again left everyone scratching their heads in Shanghai.

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