@Alex_raymo: The Williams drivers are locked in for next year so that won't be happening I'm afraid.
Now Lotus has confirmed Mercedes engines, it will interesting to see Grosjean's next move.
@mfbull: They run a lot more than they did in previous years. They are never going to have a situation where the cars are always going round the circuit.
@DonovanKimiFan: I don't think it's an indication of that. Brings up a lot of memories for him, with his 2009 injury.
Also hearing Magnussen hit a bird on track on that last run.
So there are probably a few errant feathers on the circuit.
@LD: Possibly, but Ron Dennis was correct - in this day and age you can't win a world championship as an engine customer.
Magnussen's radio either said he hit a "bird" or a "verge". I'm not great with Danish accents.
@LD: They did, but they are basically the Renault factory team. Do you think they get treated the same as Caterham and Lotus?
@Siddhesh: I think in hindsight its easy to say this should have happened or that should have happened. Clearly, it was dangerous having a recovery vehicle out on such a fast part of the circuit. Double-waved yellows or no, the conditions at that point were dangerous but the flags should have been enough to ensure safety around that part of the track. It was an unfortunate series of events which led to Bianchi's accident.
Raikkonen's car is up on stilts and being worked on in the Ferrari garage, but it doesn't look like a big job for Ferrari.
@readyfreddy: When push came to shove last year, Ricciardo stepped up his game better when Webber's seat came available. This year, he had age working against him. Red Bull is always going to go for the young prodigy over the man who hasn't quite cut the mustard (in their eyes) for the last three years.
@NalakaG: As I said earlier on, I can't see why Hamilton would want to leave Mercedes, especially if he wins the title this season.
A bit of quiet out there as the drivers remain in the garage.
Exactly. It's easy now to point fingers, but at the time the safety car call would have been 50/50. Remember, the FIA had kept the safety car out for about four laps too many in the opening stages - and that was because safety of the drivers is the priority. They would never do anything to put a drivers' life at risk - to suggest otherwise is misinformed.
@aftab: This circuit, especially sector three, will play into Red Bulls hands I would say. But Mercedes power will be beneficial around here with so much time spent with open throttle.
@VS: Well we don't know if he was driving too fast yet, there is an FIA investigation underway and we won't know anything else until then. Too early to jump to conclusions from one shot of footage.
Vettel has broken the silence and head back out track.
@ganesh: Yes, we are missing Sirotkin but I assure you he is competing! That's a technical glitch on our side we are working on.
We should now have Sirotkin on the live timing screens *pause for clapping and whooping*