to allow MS to pass? Will he have to stop and sweep the track off first?RichardM///3
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...i don't know about you but I'm just gonna be glued to my chair tomorrow, waiting to see how Ferrari will use pit strategy to hand MS the lead. What could be more exciting?
The only question in this race is how far RB will be behind MS at the finish. With RB over his usual start-of-the-season funk and finally driving to form, no Michelin team has prayer against either Ferraristone on a low downforce track.
Williams 8th and 13th. Ouch.
i can't wait to watch the thrilling pit duel play out! its gonna be great! i also can't wait to see what lap the mclarens blow up on!
It is time for his token win and after their qualifying shanangins they may have put orders on the back burner.
But they're going to have to get past Kimi first.
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Whatever happens it has to be good for MS to not be on pole. Maybe it will rain and screw everybody up! Go Minardi!
When they were talking about hail during qualyfying, I knew I was glad I'm in SoCal
Glad to Kimi on the pole, boy does he mumble in the interviews.