Originally posted by Just
Yeah, I suppose. But then Massa said he made a couple mistakes on his lap. And of course, Raikkonen aborted a lap where he was up by 0.3 or so. And I had thought there had been a race or two this season where Raikkonen had taken more than a single lap extra than Massa, although that's probably just my failing memory acting up again. Yeah you're probably right - it probably IS only one lap difference, although I'm not quite as confident about it as you are.;)
We will see tonight, but yes i am pretty confident that there is 1 lap difference but that Kimi may have stretched it to 2 laps given the aborted run. Either way, with Kimi's consistency and a clean getaway from P1, He will have a healthy margin to Massa come time for the stops.