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Have to admit that it was a really interesting race with action all around the track.
Firstly the plaudits have to go to Heidfeld and Trulli as well as Hamilton. Saw nothing new with Massa ("I could have been a contender"), we all know what he can do in clear air.
The rotten fruit have to be thrown at Red Bull and Spyker. If there was any doubt that Red Bull don't know the first thing about F1 just watch that race. How can a team that inherited a solid yet unspectacular operation turn it into this mess. The other confirmation that thngs aren't well is that P1's gone silent.
Why STR would want to run a clone of an over complex unreliable car is beyond me.
Spyker, well I now know why they went to arbitration, they don't have two euros to rub together.. Not long before Gazza tries to save what's left of his reputation by falling out with the management.
We can stick a fork in Ralf and Barrichello their F1 careers are over. Wurz and Button need 2 more turns on the spit for their gooses to be properly cooked. Please no more excuses about Button needing a competitive car, Spice boy has had plenty of time to gel a team around him.
One thing I will say is I hope Hamilton's performance does not mean we will see no-hopers like Vettel and Nelson Piquet junior on the grid. Hamilton has the rare ability to transcend his machinery. In my opinion those two are bums!
PS RJ do you still think Williams will finish above Toyo at season's end?