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If Alonso isn't driving in Melbourne how does that affect my driver choices?

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The choice of two or three drivers meant you have them alternating: with your Hamilton-Rosberg-Alonso you have Hamilton for first GP (Australia), Rosberg 2nd, Alonso 3rd, Hamilton again 4th, Rosberg 5th and so on.

Alonso will likely be driving by third GP (China), so no effect.



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Thanks K! We have special friends going to the Melbourne race tomorrow; great excitement!

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I'm afraid the only excitement is which Mercedes driver wins...

Well, of course that's not true as both Finns are expected on places 3-6.

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Well that started with a disaster. Bottas can't drive - and that serious back problem could threaten whole season - and Räikkönen, after various other problems, retires because Ferrari can't put a tire on.
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Marussia finally got in the track. Judging by the practice times, they'll have close shave to make it to race with 107% rule.
I hope for 20 car grid emoticon

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19 wasn't bad.

Let's take a look at the teams after 2 races:
(in current points order)
Mercedes: still favorite, but...
Ferrari: just became realistic champion candidate
Williams: clear team #3 right now, up and down
Sauber: had lucky opening, but also has Ferrari engine
Toro Rosso: may be having their best season ever
Red Bull: after 4 championships, last season was bad; this one's a disaster
Force India: pretty weak and out of money
McLaren: entering F1 is difficult for Honda, but I think this is worse than most people expected
Lotus: bad luck and careless drivers
Marussia: are doing a miracle by competing at all

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Err ..ahem - !! Who won in Malaysia? emoticon

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Vettel took his first win on Ferrari, first for the team in almost two years.

Finns were 4th and 5th, great result after lots of problems for both.

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Kimi 2nd, Valtteri 4th! Last (even arguably) that good result to two Finns was 2009 when Kimi won Spa and Kovalainen was 6th.
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You know what's the best thing to happen to F1 this year?
The new Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene.
Not because Ferrari has climbed back to where it belongs, but because he's a character. The show needs characters; the kind of people that anyone vaguely familiar with the sport knows by face.
The team bosses and, let's face it, drivers too have become plain vanilla PC yes-men. Where are folks like Jordan, Stewart, Minardi? Drivers like Prost and Senna, Ervine or Montoya (OK, there's Maldonado)? I'm starting to almost miss Schumi (no real news of him for long now). Ron Dennis, Frank Williams (Claire's OK too), even Jean Todt... well he's still FIA boss, but you rarely hear about him. Speaking of which, Max Mosley. All we've had is Bernie Ecclestone and we'd be better off without him.
But Maurizio... if Ferrari can become winner again, he could be a F1 superstar, an icon for the sport. And he's great match for Iceman.

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