...be his best bet. They love drivers who crash - even the ones that do it deliberately.
As for the race itself...it's interesting to see the transformation from I-love-the-world Barry Chello to they-made-me-lose Barry Chello. When he finishes in front of me he's Mr. Benificent, when he doesn't, it's anybody and everybody's fault. It's just a shame for him that he overtorqued his gearbox back in Spa and stalled his car in the pit-stop. Both clearly the fault of his car and not him.
Given that cars cannot overtake in Singapore, what kind of race are we in for next year when there is no refuelling and only very rapid tyre stops? Even these can be delayed if other cars cannot pass them.
By the way, did you know 'race car' is 'race car' spelt backwards!
Looking ahead to Japan at the weekend me little buttons. Byeeeeee.