Early days yet, but of course Ferrari has a big advanage, knowing the Bridgestones so much better than anyone else. Errrr . . .
Luca Baldisserri: "Our weak point today was mainly to do with performance on new tyres, especially on the softer tyre."
Looking (but not hoping) for a demolition derby, lots of safety car periods, Massa pin-balling all over the place, and brief interludes of superb driving from Kimi, Alonso, and Hamilton.
Am I the first to exercise the insanity of prediction?
6. DC (with his car heavily dinged and covered with tire marks from several frustrated drivers)
Enzo Ferrari was a great man. But he was not a good man. -- Phil Hill