The ferraristone will dominate at this low downforce track.
3. JB (Sato blows up)
7. JPM (swearing at the car the entire time)
8. Pick one: DC, MGene, Fisichella, a Toyota, or Webber.
With rain eminent at Silverstone the FW-26 will finally be able to exploit its unconventional design. The pressure of rain striking the extra surface area of the (ugly) snout will provide added downforce allowing the car to negotiate the Maggot-Beckets-Chapel complex at unheard of speeds in the wet.
The winner between the two will be the survivor of the incident caused by JPM. Should JPM succeed in taking both Williams cars out, then of course MS will win.
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<br><small>pretty cool eyes</small>
The FW 26 really is a submarine disguised to look like a Formula 1 car! Brilliant job. Only the complete lack of competitive pace gives the disguise away.
Hey Juan, the car doesn't handle like "pig." It handles like a boat.
Let the heavens open and the rain come down! We'll kill 'em.
And if Williams really wants an Australian to drive, they shouldn't be looking at Webber. They need the Thorpeado.