What a pity Alonso didn't have that last try (and Massa wrongly pitted), but the F138 seems to have genuine pace in all conditions here, if tomorrow the race is like today (changing conditions), everything is still possible...
Didn't see Alonso's error, but conditions were tricky, and timing was just off to get one more lap in. I was hoping they would switch to inters after first lap, then rush back out, but apparently, they took a bit more time. Oh well, no time machine to go back and fix that. Positive news is that the F138 is BLOODY QUICK in the hands of both drivers. Spa will likely give more rain tomorrow, and I'd rather Ferrari get the timing/luck right on race day than quali! Have courage Tifosi!
Edited by PoleMan, 24 August 2013 - 14:02.