F1 » Bahrain suits Mercedes, warns Brawn

Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher could be a threat for pole and victory this weekend, according to a more optimistic Ross Brawn.

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westy - Unregistered

April 21, 2012 8:40 AM

tyres tyres tyres. its very hot there ross.. ill cerainly be watching the race why is so many people against it. OK its very democratic out there but surely Bernie wouldnt put his 24 drivers at risk for a few more million then again it is bernie! hope everything goes smoothly this weekend for drivers sake . i watched senna film for the 1st time last night at what a film... it is brilliant. his crash when he died looked half as bad as barrichellos crash when his car flew into the tyres and stopped the car dead at 130mph justs shows yu can never be too careful.. senna was infact a great driver im only 23 so never got to see him race ..

Richard the Turd - Unregistered

April 21, 2012 10:47 AM

Artov, were 3 races in coming up to 4, schumi has out qualified rosi 2-1and retired 2-3 and was spun on his only race he completed, early days tho was interesting to see ros pulling away from schumi in the early stages of china, looked like 1 silver arrow going forward and 1 going back, good luck 2day schumi and button ofc


April 21, 2012 11:02 AM

Certainly Schumacher has caught up Rosberg having been out performed by him regularly when he first returned.

Raikonnen does not seem to have had such a problem getting back into the groove on his return.

My preferred winner on Sunday would be Button, but he does not seem to be entirely happy with his car yet.

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