Well, the guy I'm disappointed with is Hamilton. Sure, Maldonado tagged him pretty good, but Lewis' tires were absolutely gone, and he had no chance to keep the Williams behind him. Those types of decisions are what win championships. Could have backed off and scored critical points, but now he comes away with nothing, reminiscent of 2010 where he blew the title with silly aggression.
However, the guy that I'm really impressed with is Roman Grosjean. I'm starting to think this guy is going to be one of the top drivers in Formula 1 soon. His start was amazing and he really fought well to get to 2nd. I'm very interested in seeing how Grosjean finishes the year. I expect a win at some point.
Boohoo. Red Bull seem incapable of letting rulings that go against them go. They had a graphic on the screen at the time that showed Webber went through the yellow flag zone faster than Schumacher and actually closed up on him a bit. Schumacher was the slower car through the yellow flags. It would be stupid to penalise the car that was going slower through the yellow flags.
Oh and Marko thinks the safety car period was simply to hurt Red Bull and erase Vettel's lead.
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I almost got a heart attack, I really enjoyed the race a lot. I started watching it with much hope but Alonso made my day. Really agressive and all of that.
And about the race itself, I hope people start giving a bit more credit to the track. Last year it was already OK and this year turned out to be a thrilling so I hope it really get stuck in their memory a good GP there finally.