How Red Bull is demoralising its rivals

How Red Bull is demoralising its rivals

After five races it's become clear that the Red Bull is the car to beat in 2010, but as Tony Dodgins explains, the team crushed the opposition in Spain with an update that took the RB6 even further ahead

Barcelona started well and finished well – so long as you weren't Lewis Hamilton.

On Thursday, for some reason best known to themselves, the AUTOSPORT lads asked me to drive for them in the 13th and final (probably) Bridgestone Media Karting Challenge. Normally it's full of people who can drive – like Marc Surer, David Kennedy and Bas Leinders. Bas was otherwise occupied at Spa this year but had kindly left behind clues on how to drive a lap of the Kartodromo Catalunya.

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