McLaren had the best engine mapping and as no surprise it excelled in corners where throttle application is key, such as China, Spain, Germany, Japan, these tracks all have corners with blind apexes. Blind in the sense that you don't use a landmark to break turn-in etc, but rather you must trail brake and throttle out of the corner. The turn where Button got Vettel in Montreal required just such a technique. The Red Bull chassis had great downforce, and something no one else had, the pointiest(in the sense of turn-in ability) nose on the grid. Kudos to Vettel for taming something so prone to oversteer. Australia made apparent the strength of the RB7, any clearly defined apex was it's hunting ground. If you watch the onboard lap you see he barely lifted through 11-12.
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