I'm still having trouble getting over the fact that one of the best F1 races I've seen in 22 years of viewing was upturned on a technicality. Lewis' brilliant win at Spa after wheel banging with Kimi will stand for a long time with me as a spectacular race, forever clouded with the doubt of the decision. When Charlie Whiting says "it's OK", then it's OK. Except when Ferrari needs a win. Oh, well. It still looks like Lewis can pull it out. The first wins by Kubica and Vettel were pretty spectacular, too. I can't remember the last time we had 2 first time winners in one year. The Vettel win reminded me of Olivier Panis' win at Monaco for Ligier many years ago. Always fun to see an occasional upset in F1. I wonder why Schumi isn't doing more testing for Ferrari this year? I think he's only participated in one test. I would think they would want all the help they could get. His advise could put them over the top.