Too bad that Felipe Massa didn’t make a Podium finish this time, at least, Hamilton finished on the 12th spot. The Brazilian Felipe Massa closes in to Hamilton by a single point, and there’s still a 6 point margin in between of them.

While Teammate and former World Champion Kimi Raikkonen took the 3rd spot, Kubica ending on the 2nd, and Alonso taking the top spot, there isn’t much of an upset to tell, since all of these drivers are out of the championship race.

Ferrari’s strategic 1-2 finish didn’t come true, but they’ve got another shot for the Drivers Championship with another race lying ahead of them. Can they lead Felipe Massa to his first championship? Or will the title end up in England with Lewis Hamilton?

Talking about the Japanese Grand Prix, it must have been a pretty exciting one (I wasn’t able to watch it because I fell asleep), just like the Grand Prix that happened a year ago there, where Hamilton finished first. But Alonso was able to keep his head in the car (lol, a new saying) to finish a back-to-back victory today, and in the recent Singapore Grand Prix.

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