“Looking to China, we have good memories from there two years ago. We struggled to repeat it last year, but we will go back there and try again. I like the track and I've got some good points there in the past. Generally, the overseas races are special, as you go there a few days earlier than usual, so you get to see different things. I enjoy that and am looking forward to it.”
Red Bull Racing will make a decision regarding whether or not to run KERS in the race at Sepang after evaluating the results from Friday practice – but McLaren's Jenson Button reckons a lack of reliability may merely have been a convenient smokescreen for the real reason that the Milton Keynes-based squad elected to go without it in Melbourne.
“I don't think they have a good system,” bluntly expressed the 2009 F1 World Champion, speaking to AFP
. “We gain between three-and-a-half and five tenths from our KERS but I think Red Bull only gain one-and-a-half, and that's why they did not bother with it and the extra weight.”