This weekend will see an enthralling finale to a gripping F1 season. Who will win the title: Great Britain's Lewis Hamilton or Brazil's Felipe Massa?
Being British, I hope Hamilton does enough and claims the title, becoming the youngest champion in F1 history. However, what exactly does the Stevenage boy have to do in qualifying and the race to ensure he doesn't hand the title over to the Brazilian?
The main factors Hamilton has to take into consideration include his engine and avoiding trouble. If he can, I would like to see Hamilton qualify third. This would, hopefully, see Massa and Kimi Raikkonen take the front row and let them go have their own race.
Should Hamilton qualify on pole, I can't help but think Raikkonen could "accidently" swerve into the Englishman, which would hand the title to Massa.
The other drivers to look out for will be Sebastien Bourdais and Sebastian Vettel. They drive for Toro Rosso, or "little Ferrari." Could someone from Ferrari be pulling their strings and trying to get them to help Ferrari?
Whatever happens this weekend, it is sure to be a mouth watering event. All we can hope for is that fairness plays a big part and whoever wins the title will be a worthy champion.
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