How the slower Red Bull won in Malaysia

How the slower Red Bull won in Malaysia

In the early seconds of the Malaysian Grand Prix, no one would have predicted that this would be a race that extended Nico Rosberg's championship lead, but that wasn't the only surprise at Sepang

It's funny how luck often plays such a pivotal role in sport. Lewis Hamilton held a firm grip on most of the Malaysian Grand Prix, but came away empty handed through no fault of his own.

Nico Rosberg was in the wars, but somehow emerged unscathed and with an extended championship lead.

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