Hockenheim

It was an exciting race, but it was complete domination from the Ferraris. Suddenly, with Alonso not being on the podium, the difference between Alonso and Schumacher is down to a reasonable level and it keeps my interest in this season alive 🙂

Schumacher/Massa and the Ferrari team had a total blowout performance. Kimi did well to be on the podium despite a 3-stop strategy, which was essentially because of a glitch in the qualifying that ended up with him having too little fuel on race day.

In any case, it is on to Budapest next weekend and I do hope that Schumacher eats up a few more points (not 2) in the lead so that the last 4 races are the most exciting of the season.

Has Renault lost its confidence?

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2 thoughts on “Hockenheim

  1. “Good job Michael. A Superb job well done. All we need to do is win the remaining races”Well thats what I heard on the Radio on the TV. All of em?? Well lets wait n watch. Looks like something wrong with them Michelin tyres …

  2. RPM says:

    @rajesh: isn’t it weird that Michelin which was supposed to be the better tire all year, is now suddenly made to look like crap? And no, Ferrari cannot win all the races … it is a good dream. 🙂

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