Force India, quite literally, have been a force to be reckoned with so far. And Fernando (Alonso) as ever has been up there; he's sitting nicely in second in the championship and may be able to spring a surprise.
It's still very early in the season, but would you go as far as mentioning a championship winner yet?
I think it's hard to look past Red Bull
and Vettel again. I think it's probably the most viable choice at this point.
From a British point of view, Hamilton has done surprisingly well in the Mercedes, Button not so in his McLaren. Is there any chance of a shock win from either of them at Silverstone?
It'll be interesting to see. Lewis could spring a surprise, but I don't see it at this stage of the season. With McLaren, it's hard to say but I think it'll more likely be a battle on track between Paul Di Resta and Jenson than Lewis and Jenson.
With regard to Lotus, it's been a tough few races for the team. Can they rediscover some form at the British Grand Prix?
Yeah I hope so. They did well there last season, with Romain Grosjean
doing particularly well. He managed to get himself well up the grid after starting further down. It'd be nice to see him get some confidence back and finish somewhere decent.
And finally, will we be seeing you back on our TV screens anytime soon?
Watch this space. All will become clear in due time.
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