Hi Rebecca. Bex! Love the theme of the blog – real clean layout and really easy to read. I liked your post but I would say that as a blog post, it takes very long to read. I would recommend something shorter, bringing more of YOU out and not so much a “race report.” Nevertheless, I do like your approach. Thanks and please feel free to read my posts and comment as you wish – I’d sure welcome any feedback as well. Thanks!
A thunderstorm may have disrupted Saturday’s qualifying session but come Sunday, it was Sebastian that struck, and the Ferrari that rained on Mercedes’ parade.
The top 3 grid positions after Saturday’s qualifying mirrored last year’s, with Lewis Hamilton on pole, Sebastian Vettel P2, and Nico Rosberg P3. With Vettel now driving for Ferrari, the only difference being the German’s overalls.
When it comes to starting from pole position, Hamilton has a proven track record with 7 wins from 7 poles last season, and 1 win from 1 pole this season. With this 100% win conversion rate, the Brit looked set to make it 9 wins from 9 poles as the lights went out in Malaysia.
The two silver arrows got off the line well with Rosberg challenging Vettel for 2nd after an average start…
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