Compare: And: Notice the difference between the specific teams, and how much time each one lost. Another nice statistic is the 107% lap time. I am not going to post my opinion about this. The conclusions are yours to make. You might think that this doesn't even make any sense. I respect that. However, one thing is for sure: [sarcasm]I want to thank the FIA for changing the regulations perfectly and giving us close, wheel-to-wheel racing once again. Because, in such a progressive sport, we must always go backwards.[/sarcasm] I know it's the first race. And I also know that Melbourne is not a "normal" circuit. We'll know better in Malaysia, but still the difference is huge. And to those who say that Mclaren had equalled Red Bull in terms of performance late-season, remember that in Brazil Vettel was faster than them with gearbox issues, not to mention the pole lap, which reminded me of the 11-11 bug in F1-2011. But enough digression. What do you think?