Right, it's been long enough, time to look ahead to the opening of the European leg of the calendar. It's upgrades galore this weekend, so for all with a keen eye for 'spot the difference' this is your time to shine.
Will the Merc dominance continue?
Will Ferrari or Red Bull get any closer?
Will Mclaren turn their fortunes around?
How will the engines compare after the next round of reliability and integration/software updates?
Then there's all that driver stuff, but who wants to go get into that, eh?
Yes! for a while longer, they have the ((finance)) and invested into recruiting the right team and started preparing the hybrid in 2013 with great reserves.
Yes! of course they will adapt now what Mercedes done along time ago, whether this will change from catch-up, to challenging before 2014 ends I don't think so.
Yes! only in the constructors, Button is the dark horse in F1 at the moment, gaining points when ever he can, good loyal headed driver, (watch) where he ends at the end of the tournament.
The teams have basically ironed out the hybrids problems from the start of the 2014 f1 GP, alot of them cried about issues but that was expected on such a new racing machine.