So, the rain never came on race day, and I wonder what difference it would have made to our leaderboard.
The three non-movers after Malaysia are Chris Illingworth, Scott Boyes and Andy Showell-Rogers – with Chris and Scott possibly happier with that news than Andy. The ‘prize’ for the biggest improvement goes to Simon Rodden, moving up 8 places to 9th.
|1||–||Chris Illingworth||Four Wheels||355|
|2||–||Scott Boyes||Scott Racing||326|
|3||↑ 7||Josh Rodden||Creme Egg||323|
|4||↓ 1||Ruth Moore||Moore’s Movers||317|
|5||↑ 2||John Rhodes||The Pheasant’s Revolt||316|
|6||↓ 2||Andy Moore||Mooresport||311|
|7||↑ 1||Dave Coyle||Aotearoa GP||304|
|8||↓ 2||Tracy Forster||Penelope Pitstop||301|
|9||↑ 8||Simon Rodden||Last Minute||297|
|10||↓ 5||Gaynor Bingham||No Hope||286|
|11||↑ 3||Lynne Rodden||The Gherkins||278|
|12||↓ 3||Oscar Leitheiser||F1 Circus Clowns||274|
|13||–||Andy Showell-Rogers||Eat My Dust||273|
|14||↓ 3||Jackie Moore||Shiny Happy Speedy||263|
|15||↓ 3||Ron Jones||Win Or Bust||262|
|16||↓ 1||Al Briggs||Alabama GP||236|
|17||↑ 1||Peter Jones||No Driver Aids||226|
|18||↓ 2||David Holland||Green2Cheques||209|
Despite the poor calls of some of the major teams on Saturday (Ferrari and McLaren with both cars effectively out in Q1), how did you find the race on Sunday? Better than Bahrain, but as awesome as Australia? And what are your race predictions for China?