JPM needs to squeeze out RB
Juan needs to assert himself and squeeze out RB. He has shown his skills as a strong contender and a force to be reckoned with, Juan needs to jump in front of Rubino and hold on to that postion. Michael is in 14th with likely a heavy fuel load, get Ralf out from pit lane and hold Micheal back! With JPM in 2nd Williams can make some interesting things happen with a good strategy. Let's hope for a dry race day, we all know Michelins are not as strong in the wet. Great season and Nite all!
don't know if MS is on heavy fuel....
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I think Rubinho is light on fuel.
If I'm right Juan will probably have difficulty staying with RB at the start. The question I have is whether RB is on a three stop. Both FW25's were faster than the F-2003GA during the last practice. My guess is that Williams added fuel and Ferrari took some out to get more speed. Juan can take it to Rubens if his fuel load will allow him to. Otherwise, he might need to wait. Time will tell us what the strategy is.
MS is locked into what ever he went out with.
At least Williams can adjust Ralf to whatever strategy they feel is appropriate. Of course, I'd rather see the FW25's on the front row. Coming forward from the 14th position will not be easy for MS.
potentially only needs to make up 3 spots
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MS is in 14th...not sure what you mean.
Easy, 2 Germans in front of MS will let him pass
Kimi could win if JPM crashed into RB
let's see what will happen.
That may be, assumimg he survives the start.
That will depend on where MS is in the end.
MS is the best driver in the rain. He could win
even starting at the back. This is the most interesting F1 in 2003.