A race of two halves, with the first exceptional in it's quality of overtaking and midfield racing. The second half was more a waiting game, but once it was all over, we had plenty to analyse.
Although our time out on track was cut short, there was so much to look at in the hour's worth of action that we saw was very worthwhile watching. Some of the ontrack battles took our breath away, and it wasn't until the rain set in that the race turned into anything like a procession.
Brawn GP seem to have a small split starting in their team, whilst other teams are becoming more and more determined to try and catch them up. Ferrari and McLaren are worried about the future, knowing they need to do better, whilst Renault haven't given up on their championship challenge.
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