I enjoyed this one but there were lots of ironies. For example, the announcers on Speed were lamenting the lack of passing but the first ten laps were nothing but passing and close-in battles, and there was plenty of shuffling throughout the GP. The other irony is that David Hobbes didn't stop talking all afternoon but whoever was on the sound board let his voice be completely drowned out by the motors so I have no idea what he said (in some instances, there are those who would point out that neither does he but I'll let it go).
Disappointing GP for Weber and Kovailanen though, eh? Also, he's a prima donna and unlistenable when interviewed but I have to admit Alonso will fight on no matter what car he's got. He's the only reason I can think of that Renault have decent showings and he can snatch victory from defeat given a hint of a chance -- or at the very least salvage some points.
Eric Clapton looked heavy. Bernie was showing off his car collection, how sweet. I did like the way the hosts used red/white flags to make a huge national flag (shown in the opening segments). Also, one would think that an island would somehow have some sort of cooling from the water but apparently not, it was 37 ambient and the tarmac was over 40 degrees.
Brawn continue to amaze, and KERS continues to baffle.
Some of the drivers were commenting how it'll be good to be back in Europe. Amen.
EDIT: PS. Anybody explain to me how to avoid having two consecutive capital letters edited to one capital, one small case? The title should read "BH GP" not "Bh gp."