The Running Commentary

Low fuel or passion

mp42207_03.jpgAs mentioned in my post yesterday, I felt that on his home turf Alonso might spoil the party.  Well after final qualification we have in second, separating the two Ferrari’s. Last year driving for Mclaren, Alonso, took the outside line into corner one and things got very tense. Will we see a repeat of this? The boys from Woking are left on the third row of the grid which means that they will need to deal with the Renault and BMW very quickly if they want any hope of staying near the top of the points table.

This race certainly looks poised to be a real cracker and with most teams using Spain as their testing ground expect there to be good fights throughout the field.

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Mike • April 26, 2008

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