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GP Week : Issue 42
Short Straights n Timo Glock suffered his second grid penalty in three races as a gearbox change knocked him down five grid positions. But just like in Australia, the penalty only spurred him on to another points finish. n Flavio Briatore went on an insult mission over the weekend, calling Rubens Barrichello a pensioner and claiming that nobody wanted to watch a Formula 1 championship contested by Kazuki Nakajima and the “concrete road marker” Jenson Button. Button’s reaction? He asked why Flavio had tried to sign him over the winter. Touché! n Sebastian Vettel will be happy to learn that the winner of the Grand Prix of China for the last two seasons, has gone on to win the World Championship. In Jenson Button’s favour, however, in the last two seasons the driver who has won the third race of the season has never won the title, whereas the driver who won the first race has been crowned champion on both occasions. n Bruno Senna will not join Mercedes for their 2009 DTM campaign. Rumours still surround the Brazilian and a move to Formula 1, potentially replacing Rubens Barrichello at Brawn or the under- performing Sebastien Bourdais at Toro Rosso. n A foul up with the anthems saw the British National Anthem played for Red Bull in China, when in fact the team is registered under an Austrian Racing Licence. Diffuser argument se