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Everyone's worrying too much about the potential that "on any Sunday, any one F1 driver can win the race". Or something like that. Stop and think about it for a minute. We're 1/3rd thru the season and everything's up for grabs. Well, almost. First off, take all those teams eliminated in the first session of qualifying. They're never going to win anything this season. Then, take the usual second bunch. Half of them don't stand a chance. Right now, besides the six who have already won, I can think of three potential names to add to that list - Schumacher, Raikkonen and maybe Grosjean. So that makes nine. By 2/3rds the way thru the season, two or three of those names are going to be picking up second, third, maybe fourth wins. At which point, it's becomes a battle for the championship. And a hard fought season between three contenders, with a couple of others acting as spoilers has the makings of one hell of a season.