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GP Week : Issue 72
inspired form, taking the win from Webber and Button after pole-sitter Hamilton suffered his first ever mechanical DNF in Formula 1. And that was that. Vettel took second in the championship and confirmed himself as a major contender for 2010. Brawn, the champions, may have had a mid-season slump, but as Ross Brawn now claims, the team had started to concentrate on 2010 early on this year. 2010 therefore holds much in store. Brawn and Red Bull as 2009 championship combatants will return hungry to repeat their recent success, and will face renewed competition from McLaren and Ferrari. With manufacturers withdrawing, we have an influx of new teams: USF1, Manor, Campos and Lotus enter the fray as independent teams will, for the first time in a long time, outnumber manufacturers. 2009 has been an incredible season, and although many of us might think it would take a long time to repeat such excitement, 2010 could be an even greater delight. F1 REVIEW >> Red Bull broke through for its first win -- a 1-2, above, while things got tougher and tougher for Brawn, but Button and the team finally wrpped up the titles with one Grand Prix to go. 29