Malaysian GP technical round-up

Malaysian GP technical round-up

Back-to-back flyaway races do not normally include the introduction of many upgrades, but the Malaysian GP has been an exception, as AUTOSPORT technical expert Craig Scarborough explains

Lotus ups the ante

Malaysia is a stark contrast to Australia, not just because of the switch from cold weather to more tropical climes but also thanks to the different track characteristics.

In many respects, it's an average circuit and not a huge challenge for aerodynamics, tyres, brakes or engines, which makes it a good indicator of car performance.

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