Following the exciting and intriguing 2014 season opener in Australia, focus now switches to the Sepang International Circuit and this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix.
The first round of the new F1 era gave us a glimpse of the potential competitive order, with Mercedes currently at the front of the pack. However, rival teams are determined to catch up with McLaren and Williams looking to be in the mix, as well as Ferrari. Red Bull’s pace was better than expected in Melbourne and surprised many.
Reliability will be even more important in Malaysia, particularly due to the warmer temperatures and higher humidity levels that make the race the most challenging on the calendar. F1 drivers...
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