Alonso’s brilliance and/or Ferrari’s timing?

Sending the McLaren boys out on track seemed strange at the time – and so it proved that it made no snese at all, because the best decision was to send cars out, timed so that they would be one of the last to cross the line before the chequered flag, letting them set their final lap when the track was at it’s quickest.

McLaren say they are still very confident with their dry pace – but it seems unlikely that the Red Bulls will simply allow cars starting 5 places back to really gain any edge on them at all.

The Championship still seems to be in Alonso’s hand and it also seems unlikely that any other driver will be able to prise this from him over the course of the next 9 races.

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