So first race is on Sunday.
Early signs hint that Ferrari have serious pace to challenge Mercedes. Rest of the pack it’s not too clear.
Red Bull now have Honda engines, Ricciardo is now at Renault who are an unknown quantity, but seem to be improving. Sainz Jr is now the Spaniard at McLaren now that Alonso has retired, and Kubica makes a remarkable recovery to get a seat at Williams (who’s car is a lemon). A bonus point for fastest lap could be interesting, and aero improvements with more aggressive DRS mean easier overtakes apparently.
No free to air races at all except Silverstone. Legal options if you don’t have sky are a NowTV subscription for £195 a year (fuck that). So listening on the radio it is:wink:
- Red Bull