McLaren: Fully New intigrated DDD, some minor aero tweaks.
Ferarri: New rear suspension and fully intigrated DDD. New Chassis for Felipe Massa.
BMW Sauber: Anything, it cant get any worse, can it??? In reality, DDD First version and a non-superconductor KERS, probably alot more aero tweaks.
Renault: Lots of aero tweaks, and a new front suspension and front wing/nosecone. Updated KERS system.
Toyota: Finally putting all the tweaks from the last 3 races together and getting a cohesive package with them, and starting to hone it.
STR: Sticking plaster DDD as used by RBR at Monaco, and some other small aero tweaks. Posible running of the Ferrari KERS system on one car.
Red Bull: Full new rear end to incorperate fully integrated DDD and Pull Rod suspension.
Williams: General aero update.
Force India: General aero update, and same as Toyota, make package cohesive and hone it.
Branw GP: General aero update with some new mechanical updates.
But i see another Brawn GP massicare, with Ferarri, Red Bull, Toyota and a strong Rossberg, Alonso and Hamilton. I am looking forward to seeing the cars going arround turn 8 or 9. The track has lots of overtaking opertunities, whitch i feel KERS will have lots of input on this track, but the DDD cars will have the aero advantage i feel.
4 - Kimi Raikkonen - Ferrari - Engines Used: 3
5 - Robert Kubica - BMW Sauber - Engines Used: 4
6 - Nick Heidfeld - BMW Sauber - Engines Used: 3
7 - Ferando Alonso - Renault - Engines Used: 3
8 - Nelson Piquet - Renault - Engines Used: 3
14 - Mark Webber - Red Bull - Engines Used: 3
15 - Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull - Engines Used: 3
17 - Kazuki Nakajima - Williams - Engines Used: 3
20 - Adrian Sutil - Force India - Engines Used: 3
21 - Giancarlo Fisichella - Force India - Engines Used: 3
22 - Jenson Button - Brawn GP - Engines Used: 3
23 - Rubens Barrichello - Brawn GP - Engines Used: 3
Its a long-ish track that requires a good overall aero ballance for the slow parts at the end of sector 1 and 3, the fast corners in sector 2, and the high speed back straight that i can see cars doing 310kmph+. Also a good mechanical set-up is also requires as well, and bonding it well to the Aero set up to make the ultimate package, suits a more aggressive driving style as Massa has won here for the past 3 years, so Rubens should do well here as well.
Thats my rather long analogy of the race, at the moment.