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GP Week : Issue 1
TONIO SAYS: Williams is quite a tricky one, because if you look back a few years they looked very strong in testing and then when the season started they didn’t appear to be as strong as they had looked before. But this year they appear to have built a really strong car and I think they can show a big improvement. For sure they have support from Toyota on the engine side, but they have put a big effort into this car and if they keep their speed from testing they will be fighting for third place in the championship. AT&T WilliamsF1 Team Nico Rosberg (GER) / Kazuki Nakajima (JAP) most tip to maintain their duel at the head of the pack, the interest surrounds Renault and its potential, with Fernando Alonso back, to jump onto the main stage. The BMW-Sauber team will be need to re-affirm its role as the third force, after keeping a low profile in testing. And F1 fans will finally have the chance to see some new faces, with Nelsinho Piquet and Kazuki Nakajima making their full-time debuts, along with the return of former starters, like 2007 GP2 Series Champion Timo Glock. It’s time to get a clearer vision of who stands where – without fuel load or long- run set-up alibis. Welcome back Melbourne! Let’s hope for a year of pure sport … F1 PREVIEW >> 23