@ nik, you said earlier that you have never seen an update that brought a second of pace to a car, McLaren it is argued updated their car from tests at Melbourne and altough we don’t definitive information, it is accepted that they found a bucket load of pace. Don’t underestimate McLaren,Ferrari or Mercedes, I have said before that the RB7 may well be a developed car and the other 3 mian contenders ma have plenty of potential to unlock, especially the more revolutionary McLaren. In years where we have major changes to the regs we often see jumps in performance as teams understand an learn to interpit the info they get from the first races. Combine that with the new tyres and various compounds and I think there is much left to unfold.
If Red Bull can’t get their head around this KERS issue that seems to be plagueing them then in 3 weeks there advantage could be cut right down. Having said that, if Seb got away cleanly today and stuck to his 3 stop plan he probably would have dominated again today. But I think there are far too many variables and lots of twists and turns (excuse the pun) to write off the challenge of any of the 4 main teams.