Live Blog – Spanish Grand Prix

As the Live Blog from Bahrain GP proved to be popular feature, it will be back again for the Spanish GP. You can join the live debate also her on F1Wolf. The live debate will be on for Saturday Free Practice, Saturday Qualifying and then for the Sunday Spanish GP Formula 1 race.

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  1. I am wondering if Alonso will win this home race !!! We see that on Sunday

    • KotenokNo Gravatar says:

      Difficult, difficult! There isn’t enough car still, but hey, nobody is forbidden to dream about! Maybe he have some chance and we will be amazed! We’ll see on Sunday :)

  2. kaushalNo Gravatar says:

    hamilton may win the race..

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    • KotenokNo Gravatar says:

      If he didn’t manage to do a fastest lap still in Spain… It’s quite difficult to say like that. He may manage to do a not bad race if he remain his tyres entire, Spain is hard for the “car shoes” and Hamilton is the hardest driver with them. He will push of course, but mainly he will think about the championship and not to defeat anybody there, so he will be happy with what he’s able to get.

    • OleaNo Gravatar says:

      I don’t think he will because in the last races he was driving very bad.

  3. SE-R AustinNo Gravatar says:

    Let’s see if BMW’s reliability will keep them at the front of the pack. Not expecting any drama from the red cars – I expect at leat one on the podium for sure. Would be nice to see “The Ultimate Driving Machines” become just that this weekend.

    Go Kubica!

  4. zblkhwkNo Gravatar says:

    This should be a good race to determine how the season will play out. Is Ferrari as dominate as they looked in the last two races? Can McLaren regain their form and compete with Ferrari or BMW? Is BMW the real thing, or will McLaren and Ferrari pull ahead?

    My guess is that Ferrari is ahead of the rest, and perhaps by quite a bit. I also think BMW may have gained on McLaren and that the battle for 2nd in constructors will be a tough one.

    Renault looks to have made a large gain, but not enough to push any of the top three. It will be a good fight between Toyota, Renault, and Williams for 4th, with Red Bull nipping at their heels.

  5. GrantNo Gravatar says:

    No spoilers, but did you see who qualified on the front row? Wow! This is going to be interesting!

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