Italian magazine, Auto Sprint, says they may have Sebastian Vettel’s paced all figured out. According to them, the Red Bull RB9 is using a type of “blown exhaust” that has produced a gain of '2.5 seconds per lap' as seen in the Singapore Grand Prix.
The Italian magazine reckons the exhaust is being controlled mid-corner and they even provide a video as evidence that some tricky exhaust management is being used. Click here to see the story and video.
To those ends, blown exhaust systems were banned but does Vettel’s car sound different? Is there an explanation for the staccato sound that dominated the 2011 season when blown exhausts were all the rage?
Folks have used video from fans...
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