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Red Bull gets serious

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08/05/2007

Good to see that both Red Bull and Toro Rosso are finally getting serious about their press releases, with both teams giving out some interesting information in their previews of the forthcoming Spanish Grand Prix.

Good also to see Red Bull taking the lead in rubbishing some of the ludicrous comments made following the Malaysia and Bahrain Grands Prix in terms of spectators:

Referring to some of the updates being introduced this weekend, including the seamless shift used at Barcelona last week, the Red Bull preview read: "the tradition of introducing major updates to the cars when returning to the comfort zone of Europe continues, or maybe the teams just feel there are so few people in the Sepang and Sakhir grandstands that it's not worth showing them anything new".

Ouch!

Thumbs up for telling it like it is, and pointing out the obvious - despite the best efforts of the TV directors - but sure to peeve Bernie.

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