Re: F1 2012 season
What an unpredictable season this is turning out to be. Congratulations to Maldonado and Williams for a superb weekend (until the post-race garage fire, at least). I hope we have a few more races at least of disruptive form to keep things interesting.
Also, more praise for the BBC TV commentary. I particularly enjoy Gary Anderson's comments on race strategy and tech analysis. If I were in the UK I think I'd get by with the BBC highlights, web coverage and Radio 5Live full commentary on races not covered live in full, rather than pay for Sky F1.
Reg, which car camera view did you choose this time? I'm guessing not the one suffering from massive understeer...
AReader, if we reimagine the podium as the '80s who would your Williams/Ferrari/Lotus drivers be?
Batty, your guess is as good as anyone's, although it'd be nice if it was another driver with 300-1 odds now that we've seen that is possible.
Some thoughts after watching the race-
What will it take to stop McLaren self-sabotaging in the pitlane and garage now that both drivers are driving sensibly and the car is competitive?
Will Massa be able to turn his form slump around or is he coasting to a Ferrari exit at the end of the season?
Will Schumacher get his act together and return to the podium this season, as Raikkonen has?
Can Force India and Toro Rosso match the performance of Williams and Sauber this season and get onto the podium?