The Malaysian GP preview

The Malaysian GP preview

The second round of the season has a lot to live up to following the sensational Australian Grand Prix last weekend. With no time to make significant changes to the cars, the big question is whether Sepang can match Albert Park for producing entertainment

Any lingering doubts over whether the Brawn's pace was the real deal were stomped on at Albert Park last weekend, with Jenson Button winning at a canter and Rubens Barrichello completing a 1-2 despite spending a fair bit of time running into things.

If anything, the signs in Australia were that the Brawn might still have more speed on tap – which is bad news for the team's rivals as they prepare for the second round of the season in Malaysia this weekend.

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