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I've been thinking that since Red Bull ran the shallow wing at Spa and made the car stick in the corners, then why cant they run a very shallow wing at Monza and make it stick? Isn't that the secret to winning at Monza? The car that has the least drag that will still hold the road has the advantage there right?
Seems like to me Vettel will run off into the distance again.
But I don't dare pretend to even act like I really understand what makes an F1 car perform well. Ive had theories in the past that didn't come to fruition. Lets leave the deep thinking up to Newey.