Personal opinion - the opposite, one of the most boring and predictable. I'd reduce themes to watch to:AliMadsen wrote:One of the most interesting test seasons in years is coming up.
Themes to watch:
Has McHonda managed to get their act together?
Where can we expect Haas to fit in to the grid?
How about Manor - will they still be the bottom of the field?
How about Renault - can they have a decent 2016 or is it a truck?
Toro Rosso - how do they perform with Ferrari PU?
And driver themes for the regular season:
K-Mag vs Palmer?
Can Grosjean shine @Haas?
MC Hamilton vs Britney - part IV
Will we miss Maldonado?
K-Mag is sparking a lot more generel interest in F1 in Denmark. Now even the accountant girls at my workplace are discussing F1 over the lunchtable. Maybe not tech stuff but anyway...
Answers will begin to emerge in a few weeks
- Ferrari Merc gap and McL
not expecting anything spectacular, meaning Merc in front and McL behind let's say RB
- Haas - who cares, bottom three
- Palmer vs Magnussen - draw because inexperienced drivers will be indirectly blamed for development problems after 10 races, this also answers missing Maldo part
- Rosberg - Ham - have you seen '15 circus? Hopefully Ferrari will be close enough so they won't be able to play games. Although it can work the other way with 2 drivers to 1 situation that means they already won WCC but WDC can be problematic.
I see they got rid of Jerez which answers last year's question: why keep this useless test.