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GP Week : Issue 78
Red Bull blown away YOU can tell when a racing driver has a face like a wet weekend -- he refuses to take his helmet off. As Sebastian Vettel trudged back from Turn 13, where his car remained beached in the gravel, it was clear from his body language that two costly failures in a row had dented his famous sense of humour. Just as in Bahrain, he was in control of the race only to have 25 points cruelly taken from him. This time the cause was brake failure: "I felt that something was wrong one lap earlier than I went off. I had some sparks coming up from the front left wheel; we didn't know what it was so wanted to pit "Then, a couple of corners before, I had huge vibrations building up and as soon as I touched the brakes, I had some sort of failure going into Turn 13 and ended up in the gravel. We need to get on top of [reliability]." Vettel and Red Bull proved once again that they are the package to beat right now, which makes it utterly frustrating for them that they keep getting beaten: "Massively disappointing," was how Christian Horner summed it up. WEBBER: F1 CHINA >> 27