Author Topic: Light fuelled Kubica takes pole at Bahrain GP!  (Read 1650 times)

Offline Vas

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Clearly Kubica's car is fuelled light and he has to have a good start otherwise, Kubica may end up behind the first 4 or 5 cars.

Massa looks good but I feel he fuelled lesser than Kimi.

Toyota's form, 2 in a row, is commendable. But their second drivers unable to capitalize on the car's strength. Still some teams can go for new second line drivers for next season. Toyota is for sure to change its line up unless Glock improve his performance in the coming races.

A very mixed line up indicating that this year gathering every point that comes come thier way is paramount. This is what is going to hurt Massa very much. After showing so much form all through this week, he is unable to capitalize on that and very well giving an impression that Ferrari better consider him as second driver rather than on equal terms with Raikkonnen.

Alonso proves now and then what a champion can do. His fighting 10th place qualification meant, he just manages to keep himself in Q3's but 11th placed Webber is better placed as he can refuel for tommorrow's race.

I feel

1. Kimi Raikkonnen
2. Lewis Hamilon
3. Roberto Kubica

will be in the podium as per the order indicated.

Can't wait for the race to begin. 8)
Tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection

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