@Curufea: As I say, this will be back soon on our header scoreboard at the top of the site. We're currently having teething problems like Honda but hope to be back to our old best before long.
@rockedin123: Because it gives us all something to talk about!
@KarthiK: No word yet. As soon as I know I'll let you know. It didn't sound too healthy, though.
@whiskywheels: They told me I was the only one I was talking to. Porca Miseria.
@Gaurav: There's plenty out there. Hamilton would be an obvious choice if he's still not signed a contract, but then there's Bottas, Hulkenberg, and Ricciardo, just to name a few.
@Abhishek: We're still a dedicated portal to Formula One, the content and approach to reporting news hasn't changed at all. The only things that changed is the look of the site and we're working on the early bugs we've got.
The quickest GP2 time in practice today was 1:42.441. Manor are currently slower than that time.
We're into the final hour, meaning the teams will have handed back those spare Pirelli tyres they get for these sessions. Hamilton executes a practice start at the end of the pit lane and gets under way.
@jee1: I'll stir the pot and say Mr Alonso.
It's all pretty quiet out there, only the two Mercedes drivers out there.
@BE: You all seem to be forgetting Verstappen is signed up with Red Bull. I can't see them giving him up without a fight.
@AntonyMakanza: He's been very impressive so far. And only 17!
@Questionaire: I can categorically rule that one out. Ferrari wouldn't go back to Massa when there are better and younger options available.
@Abhishek: I obviously didn't make the decision, but in America, any fan going to ESPN for MLB or NBA will go to the main site and then have to find the content. That's the thinking with the UK portal. If you're a Star Trek fan, think of it as us being assimilated by the Borg. But we look sexier than Seven of Nine.
@MichaelBialocur: I know McLaren haven't had one since the start of testing. The slim ones are more common, but like any aero feature on an F1 car it comes down to the drag/downforce balance. The top teams will have tested several solutions in the wind tunnel and the one that's on now is obviously the best of the lot. It really comes down to the individual teams and the packages they have, some will work and some will not.