The 2012 season has been unpredictable. That's probably the most used word in the press used to describe the season and with good reason. This weekend, however, is a completely new element to the season because this will be the first time the series visits Hockenheim since 2010 and Pirelli-shod cars with no blown or dual diffusers weren't around in those days.
Imagine the challenge of determining how to set the car up on a circuit with no historic data given its current configuration. That's the challenge Red Bull, and all the teams, will face this weekend and Mark Webber's engine engineer, David Mart, took time to explain the difficulty
“It’s the first time back to Hockenheim since 2010 and the first time we’ve