The weather obviously played a vital role -- the top three all benefited from perfect intermediate wet conditions on their final lap, whereas both Ferraris crossed the line just after the checkers dropped and couldn't get in a final lap, and the last car across, Hamilton, is the pole sitter.
Still you have to admire what Hamilton's done this season. Is it just me, or has he matured as a result of changing teams?
Forecast tomorrow is PM thunderstorms. Probably means they have just as much chance of rain as they did today. I believe the leading qualifiers all have minimum wing set-ups. It certainly looked to me like the Red Bulls did. If it rains, those cars will be compromised.
I wonder if anyone qualified with a high downforce set-up?
God, I love having Vasha back, even if it's only for one race.
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