No one cares? That's great.
Bets on who'll win?
I can see Hamilton having a DNF. Part wishful thinking, part looking back at China and foreseeing a repeat. I think that Lewis is going to try too hard. Given that if he gets a podium finish he'll almost certainly get the championship he shouldn't need to battle with the ferraris. In fact, I'd be more or less tempted just to let Massa and Kimi head off, and focus on keeping Alonso behind. But I reckon he could get caught up in a Ferrari battle, and make a mess of it. I think it's reasonable to say, there'll have to be a fairly severe mechanical or driver error for Alonso or Raikkonen to win it though. Here's for hoping.
Another thing, why do people (see Suzi Perry earlier) keep saying 'where Hamilton will try to win the championship for Britain' etc. It's stupid - it's an individual sport, and there's absolutely nothing to do with the sountry save getting the anthem played at the end. Plus, with F1, there's as many, if not more people who support non-British drivers as there are those who support British ones - most everyone I know (even casual viewers) have favourites that aren't British - so the point of it being a collective celebration for the country seems a little odd.
Hamilton manages to escape two penalties during the weekend. Who'd've thought it?? Anyhow, should be a good race - it's a decent track, and Fernando and Kimi have to go more or less flat out.