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GP Week : Issue 39
Letters email us at email@example.com Wow – F1 .... interesting??!! Whether by accident or design, Formula 1 looks set for an intriguing 2009, based on the events of Sunday! Who would have thought that Brawn (nee Honda) could kick everyone's butt so comprehensively; that Red Bull's car could be such a weapon; that the McLaren could be such a dog (with Brawn being a 'customer' Merc engine supplier); that Ferrari too could fall over; that Williams could top all three practice sessions. What next? I'm already salivating at the thought of Malaysia next weekend. Ron Hutchinson, UK firstname.lastname@example.org Diffuser envy So let's look at this closely. Three teams (not just one) come up with a clever interpretation of the rules, build a better and faster car, and The Establishment is embarrassed – by that read McLaren and Ferrari. I guess that with so much at stake (we're talking serious dollars here), the big boys would have to convince their sponsors that the diffuser is "illegal", otherwise they all look a bit stupid don't they. Credit where it is due! Go Brawn, Go Williams. Go Toyota (at last). And credit to Red Bull for having a fast car without a 'magic' diffuser. Just imagine how good they will be when they get one too! Robin T Andrews Michigan, USA Luck of the Virgins How jammy is that Branson dude – his first Formula 1 race and they run 1-2. What an amazing weekend ... now bring on MotoGP! Mick Harbutt Brisbane, Australia 24