Formula One Conclusions After Malaysia

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Formula One Conclusions After Malaysia

Well after round two of the 2009 Formula One season, there are a few conclusions I have come to: Brawn and Button are dominant but there is a weakness, Ferrari are in real trouble, Red Bull must be cursing the 'diffuser three' and future regulations won't work are what I'll cover over the coming slides.

But before we jump in I just want to raise a quick point: wouldn't it make more sense for the lap counter to count up rather than down on the world TV feed that FOM put out?

I can't be the only one that gets confused as to what lap we are on? Anyway, on with the slideshow!

Malaysia Race Result

01 J. Button Brawn GP 1:10:59.092
02 N. Heidfeld BMW + 22.700
03 T. Glock Toyota + 23.500
04 J. Trulli Toyota + 46.100
05 R. Barrichello Brawn GP + 47.300
06 M. Webber Red Bull + 52.300
07 L. Hamilton McLaren + 1:00.700
08 N. Rosberg Williams + 1:11.500
09 F. Massa Ferrari + 1:16.900
10 S. Bourdais Toro Rosso + 1 laps
11 F. Alonso Renault + 1 laps
12 K. Nakajima Williams + 1 laps
13 N. Piquet Jr. Renault + 1 laps
14 K. Räikkönen Ferrari + 1 laps
15 S. Vettel Red Bull + 1 laps
16 S. Buemi Toro Rosso + 1 laps
17 A. Sutil Force India F1 + 1 laps
18 G. Fisichella Force India F1 + 1 laps

Did not finish
19 R. Kubica BMW +29 laps
20 H. Kovalainen McLaren + 31 laps

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