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Perhaps the most interesting talking point was the emergence of a blog from Giancarlo Minardi, entitled: "Singapore, what's inside Newey and Vettel's magic hat?"
The former team owner couldn't get his head around Vettel's dominance in Singapore, and questioned how he could have a 2.5-second advantage over the rest of the field.
Despite insisting that he did not wish to cast aspersions over Red Bull's success, he admits that he wondered whether they were using a form of traction control:
The thing that surprised me the most was the RB1 engine's output sound. Besides speeding up 50 m before any other driver, the Renault engine of the German's car grinded like no other French engines on track, not even Mark [Webber]'s. That sound was similar to the sound made by the engine when the traction control system got into action in the past seasons.
Traction control has been banned this season, and while there was some talk over whether Red Bull were working around it in some way earlier in the year, they are not under any suspicion within the sport.
Whether there's any truth or not, the chatter illustrates the grid's confusion as to how they are being beaten so comprehensively at present.