The Malaysian GP preview

While Australia offered some answers, teams agree that the Malaysian GP should show a truer picture of the current F1 order. Glenn Freeman previews the second round of the 2011 championship

We spent all winter searching for answers, yet all the first race in Melbourne seemed to give us was more questions. So, in hope we head to Malaysia expecting nothing but definitive verdicts (again).

Sepang gives the F1 circus its first taste of a conventional grand prix track, so (weather permitting) its fair to expect a clearer picture to emerge over the weekend. But doubts over how conclusive the Australian GP form was are not in reference to the head of the field. Red Bull was suspected of holding something back in winter testing, and so it proved. The only question hovering over Milton Keynes now is 'Was there even more in reserve?' Don't bet against it.

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