Ferrari - profits from great starts, race pace isnt unbeatable, I believe BMW has big potential.
Massa didnt put foot wrong all weekend, great in Q, great start, very good pace, deserved victory.
Kimi was lost on Saturday, he accepted defeat against Felipe, he wasnt even angry with himself after qualy that I though he had to be heavier, it appeared he hadnt chance, since introducing F2008 I noticed he has struggled and in addition to it Bahrain isnt his track, all in all 8 points is the best news for Kimi fan from Bahrain.
BMW - still underrated, clearly second best team at the moment. Kubica seems slightly better than Heidfeld this year, even in races he seems to enjoy 0,2sec. advantage.
McLaren - race to forget, they are third at the moment but they can bounce back. Im heavily annoyed with Lewis bashing all around here. Heiki is definitely as good as Lewis in Q (Lewis would pited in lap 17 or 18 I guess), lets see if he is able to match him in races as well. Im interested in how this teambattle will develop.
Toyota on par with McLAren (almost), Trulli was in second race in a row even steven with Heiki over first two stints. They are definitely clear leaders in middle pack.
RBR - great race from MW, that combo MW/RBR turned out as best of the rest after top 4 teams.
Williams - I for sure expected them to do better, its impossible to choose between Williams, Renault and Honda pace wise at the moment.
Renault is dropping further back, Alonso again SLower in clear air than NP, however we dont know how much he was handicapped after collision with LH, so its not possible to rank Renault properly yet as Alonso is benchmark there.
Honda - I would say in Bahrain on Williams level if not better, shame that JB couldnt show his speed.
Force India is just a little bit behind that bunch amid, Sutil lost race in lap 1, on the positive side he has improved, I would say 0,3 off Fisichela in Bahrain.
Super Aguri - Davidson clearly better than sato this time, he was slowed down by Sato for first two stints then he passed Sato and disappeared into distance. His fastest lap is better than Hamiltons one.