Stayed awake past my bed time to watch the GP live. First off, Speed channel desperately needs a good HD feed, as it's unacceptable for a premium channel to have worse picture and sound covering a world championship event than local channels have covering local events like stock car races (FOX's HD stock cars look spectacular with great picture and terrific sound too).
Honda and Toyota look ridiculous this year. I own one of each so it's not like I have something against either firm. They've spent a boatload of money to develop cars that are slower than cars (under)developed by their clients. When full works teams consistently field moving obstacles for the world to see, it's time to pack.
Renault seems to be more competitive when the cars are on full race load. I'd assume that means mechanical grip is an issue, not aero.
Lewis Hamilton humiliated both Ferraris. On his second GP (four hours of F1 racing experience or less...) he erased the fastest cars on the field and out drove them both. His comments via radio at the end, and Alonso's comments as well, proved he's got class in addition to composure.
Kimi may be the fastest man in F1 right now but he's a PR nightmare, not in the sense that he'll say something to put everyone off or even get into a scuffle, but in the sense that he has less ability to raise enthusiasm at a press conference than Ben Stein. He opened his mouth and the room froze at the post-race PR meet.
Most EU nations have gun control legislation in place, making it less likely that Jean Todt could shoot Michael Schumaker. I do suspect Todt would at least like to kick Schumaker in the nads for up and leaving.