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Will the Chinese GP Provide a Shanghai Surprise?

Fresh from the searing heat of Sepang, the F1 circus moves onto the last of the flyaway races in China before heading back to Europe for the Spanish Grand Prix on the 9th of May. 

A number of talking points were raised over the 56 laps of the Malaysian race. Lewis Hamilton once again found himself as the centre of attention due to his robust defence against Russian rookie Vitaly Petrov, a storm in a teacup, owing to the fact that the race stewards let him off with a warning, and there have been no traditional media scrums as is the case whenever Hamilton does so much as go for a toilet break. Red Bull finally exhibited the overall pace that they threatened to show in Bahrain and Australia.  Sebastian Vettel leading an easy ...

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