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GP Week : Issue 1
TONIO SAYS: I think they will be ready for the beginning of the season but at the end of the day the car will be a year old, so they cannot really make a big step forward. But I think they know what they want and they will become a good reality. I think Bourdais will have a shock because Vettel is going up every time. At the beginning he had to learn as a rookie, and I think now Vettel is becoming more mature and at the moment he looks quicker than his team-mate who is a four-time Champcar champion. Scuderia Toro Rosso Sebastian Vettel (GER) / Sebastien Bourdais (FRA) HANGOVERS. The Devil’s breakfast. For Honda, 2007 must have felt like the mother of all morning afters. There were the headaches brought about by a slow and ill-handling car, the nausea of its underling Super Aguri outscoring and outracing it until the final few rounds, the clumsiness in the team’s overall direction brought about by a blurred vision, and a general feeling of helplessness that probably made the team want to curl up into the foetal position and go back to sleep until it all went away. Fast forward to February 2008, and Honda’s new dawn had arrived. Ross Brawn was installed as Team Principal, the brand new RA108 had been launched marking a new and bold change of approach from its predecessor, and with Button and Barrichello riding high on a wave of expectation brought about by Brawn’s arrival, there appeared to be a Honda’s Hangover o p in io n Will Buxton GPWeek Editor 26