I wonder if Mc.Laren made a mistake not complaining about the 'team orders'. Kimi pretty much admitted what he did in the drivers conference, and while I don't think there's much wrong with it - the constructors title is what the teams really want - I do expect there to be trouble if Mc.Laren do something similar in Brazil.|
Brazil is going to be rather exciting, again. 5th or better for Lewis. Can he avoid cocking it up? Can he keep out of the way of Alonso and anyone else who'd like to see him fail to finish? Will he seek an 'incident' with Massa to secure the title. I'm actually glad Schumacher has gone, because of the dodginess he brought to the sport. I don't really see any of the current drivers (ok, mayyyybeee Alonso..) behaving in an unsporting manner.
PS. Anyone have a link to a summary of the 2009 rules? I'd like to see what the fuss is about.
#3906004, By Carrybagma F1 2008, it begins....
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