|No dull motor racing here thank you.|
OK, I did watch qualifying, which was interesting in a "just how did Kimi mess that up so badly!!" kind of way. And wondering just how McLaren were going to be penalised 25 grid slots when they struggled to get out of Q1.
On a serious note here, yes I know it was supposed to stop teams slapping in a whizz bang qualifying engine on Saturday morning and changing it for a nice solid race engine on Sunday. But Honda have produced an utter piece of garbage! Cut the guys some slack, cut all the back marker teams some slack. Redbull are on their eleventy billionth engine I think, they're not troubling the front of the field so let them burn through engines till they find a solution.
So yeah Lewis lucked a hot lap after trying far to hard to catch Nico. Tried to defend it and spun yet again, only to be saved by Rosberg spinning try to beat him.
Come the race day I was in London with a glass of wine trying to make sense of modern art.
|Is it the right way up ??|
|£60,000 to you guv'ner.|
I did check the F1 and some stage, The McLaren's went out early, Kimi tried to assault Alonso. eruum Hamilton wasn't as fast as Rosberg, err some stuff. I gave up and went back the art, which appeared to be mirroring my thoughts on F1 these days ...
|Yes, yes you can polish art it seems.|
1. Rosberg - Very fast.
2. Hamilton - Not as fast
3. Massa - Bring your kids to work day
4. Vettel - Sticky nuts
5. Bottas - Somthing something pits
6. Hulkenberg - Second career starting nicely
7. Maldonado - Still fully loaded.
8. Verstappen - Max attack.
9. Perez - Nice smile
10. Ricciardo - Still smiling
Lewis got pole.
Nico got a fastest lap to prove a point
and Merhi continues to act as a mobile chicane in last place
Right, it's Silverstone next for the British GP and I promise to take more interest and try to be serious for that one, unless the misses goes into labour way too early. But until then, I'm going to the shed at the bottom of the garden to practice my Jackson Pollocks.