That was a fun GP to watch, but what in the hell....
I have had this growing disgust for Mark Weber for a while now, and I don't know where it began but I'm sure if I reviewed each GP I could tell you. In short, he seems to be responsible for wrecking an awful lot of people's cars.
And this total lunacy we saw in Valencia pretty much nailed the coffin shut on him for me. He should be excluded from the rest of the championship and his super license revoked. He has been blatantly in the wrong in huge ways very, very often this season, and damn near killed people on two separate occasions. If it were ANYONE ELSE, he'd be screaming for their heads. What. An. Imbecile.
BIG UPS to Kobayashi for putting it on Alonso, in Spain!
Quite impressive, and tons of fun to watch Sauber show people he wasn't always a back marker. Also cool to see the Williams competitive again.
The last two GP's have been pretty exciting, hope it keeps up that way.
Also, best part of the whole thing for me as a U.S. fan of F1, was NOT having to listen to Bob Varsha try so hard to make himself seem interesting for two hours. I've been wanting Leigh Diffey to get the call for F1 in light of his great work with ALMS and road racing, and he didn't disappoint. Varsha is the American version of Alain de Cadenet, and like him, should stick with the classic car auction deal where his pseudo-intellectualism would be more at home.
Glad I got all that off my chest.