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A couple of observations on several of the comments.
There is a good chance Lewis will go, and I suspect he will do well at Mercedes.
Jenson and McLaren will do just fine without him, and they know it.
McLaren's lack of a Plan B does not matter, as every driver on the grid will move heaven and earth to get into the McLaren team.
Kimi remains a good bet, if the Lotus continues to fade.
Rubens' set up skills did NOT win Jenson a championship, just as they are currently NOT enabling Rubens to win in Indycar.
No one has mentioned what Rosberg will think of his "friend" having undisputed number one status.