Heikki needs to get a good start and get between Hamilton and Alonso before the first corner. I reckon Trulli could be the key actually. If Kimi gets ahead of him at the first (as I would expect him to), he'll slow up Hamilton quite a bit in the early stages (the number of times this season where a train of cars has formed behind Trulli indicates that it will most probably happen again). If Hamilton can get past him early without losing his head, he can cruise around in third, depending on Heikki to keep Alonso back for long enough to give Hamilton some clear air. If he doesn't however, its gonna be more interesting as Alonso and Hamilton are likely to be closer together on the track.
Also, apparently theres a 50% chance of rain, although the chances are decreasing.
There's only one Dimitri Mascarenhas!!!
Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
It's surely a piss take that in the country who gave us Robert Nesta Marley, King Tubby & Jimmy Cliff that we're tortured with Chumba-fuggin'-Wamba between overs?