It was good to see another double points finish, yes! Both cars even made it to Q3, which bodes well for tracks like Montmelo and Silverstone. I was less than impressed by their performance in Sepang, though. All in all, given the strength of the Ferrari engine and the struggles of Renault and Honda, it seems their nightmare 2014 is behind them.
So what will be Sauber's final WCC position? Will they score over 50 points? Surprisingly RBR doesn't look massively faster than them, so we could see some nice battles as long as the brake/PU/whatever issues aren't sorted by Milton Keynes' team. Between Lotus, Toro Rosso & Sauber, the midfield will be exciting. Whether RBR, McLaren and Force India solve their issues is another story...
I am not amazed by F1 cars in Monaco. I want to see them driving in the A8 highway: Variable radius corners, negative banking, and extreme narrowings that Tilke has never dreamed off. Oh, yes, and "beautiful" weather tops it all.
"Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future." Niels Bohr