Maldonado off stopped Michael last lap.
Michael was exactly on Nico's pace, in S1,(13 Michael Schumacher 29.322, 14 Nico Rosberg 29.324) but even if Pastor hadn't messed up that corner, to throw dust into Schumi's path, he wouldn't do much better than what Nico did. The pace is just dysmal.
Let's see if this "allege" compromise will really have a significant effect on their race pace, or even better, let's hope it does rain so that points are more reachable
edit :Well, that was the obvious things which, later, I found out everyone else already posted. To say something original, I think we'll have to look at Spa's and Monza's performances very carefully because those track's layouts would be a good thing for Mercedes, anyway. Much of the speed, they eventually show, in either of these 2 GPs, may not come from the supposed upgrades that they will have, after summer break. I think the real tests for the upgrades will be Singapore and Suzuka
Edited by BetaVersion, 28 July 2012 - 23:56.