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 I got my personal favorite, le Professeur. I'm not going to take it enough times to figure out how it's weighted, but I think the car is important. I tried to avoid guessing the answer outcomes
 You're probably right, and I admit I don't see what point was being served by any supposed lesson. If Lewis had been racing dirty or trying to crowd him off track I could see it, but unless he's still really bent about Bahrain he's got nothing to complain about. I think either he did it by accident, or he did it on purpose to seal his championship; probably the former, as I don't really think he has it in him. But then I didn't think so at Monaco either, and and you know...
 It may be that he sees his choice as either a) Nico is willing to hit Lewis to make a point, or b) Nico is incompetent and hit Lewis by accident, and prefers the former. That said, every reliable source I've seen has only confirmed that Nico admitted that 'he could have avoided the incident but did not', which while shocking enough is not the same as saying he hit Lewis on purpose in any premeditated way ala Senna 1990. In modern F1 if he really admitted that he hit his...
What a race!! This is Formula One, *****!   [[SPOILER]]  So is this now a 1-horse race, or a 3-horse race in earnest?
I think basically  [[SPOILER]]
Fascinating qualifying, as one expects from a wet qualy in Spa!  [[SPOILER]]  Really looking forward to an exciting race tomorrow!
 No doubt; to say I don't rate Ericsson highly is an understatement. I doubt Lotterer could match Kobayashi so closely on his first F1 drive.
 You don't say? FP1LOT: 1:57.886ERI: 1:57.977 FP2ERI 1:54.050LOT: 1:54.093 Pretty short seconds so far. Maybe once Markus really turns up his blistering pace for qualy he'll show that old German a thing or two!  
Williams to certainly spank Red Bull and Ferrari, says I. Challenge Merc? No, the middle sector is too aerodynamic for that, unless they qualify ahead. I could see a Williams (Bottas) keeping a Merc (Rosberg) behind, but I don't see them getting past if they don't start that way or get ahead on strategy. Force India will probably have their hands full with McLaren, as this is usually one of Button's better tracks and McLaren seem to have been catching up to them of...
Some of that might be down to their relationship with their engine supplier; I do remember that going into this year Mercedes said they were going to 'treat McLaren as a rival', whatever that means. Might have something to do with why their development seems worse, if they're getting either inferior upgrades or at the least less technical help in making their upgrades work.   Also really hoping for a McLaren/Honda resurgence in 2015. Last time they won a double was......
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