In typical Lotus style, our boys in green were the rookies that adapted fastest to the experienced teams’ habits. Although I’m certain SS Sauber beat this contraption down the
pitdrain pitlane hands down.
Don’t worry, Tony. Next year your boat will undoubtedly be faster. By the way, is there any significance to it having twin hulls?
This is where the experienced teams separate from the rookies. While Virgin plays cards, Sauber builds boats. And like everything, they take it very seriously.
Here’s a picture of the SS Sauber speeding down the
pitdrain pitlane. Blimey, how exciting life in Suzuka must be today.
… during a wet wet wet waiting-for-qualifying session in Suzuka. Here’s a picture of Timo Glock and Lucas di Grassi determining who’ll be first number one driver and who’s second number one driver in the showdown with Lotus in the F1 Backmarker Championship.
One glance at the weather forecast was enough for me to decide to stay in London for the weekend. How can I still show you pictures from the pitlane, then, you might wonder? Silly you. Mr E’s spies are everywhere, of course.
Be warned. I may not be there, but I see and hear everything.