Super Aguri

Well Super Aguri did a great job last year at even starting the first race, and by the end of the first season they really did have a bit of a team going on. Sato, always a favourite of mine, continued to do well in very difficult circumstances. He even got himself into tenth place in the last race of the season.

The Drivers

Sato has always been somebody that the other drivers are wary of. This is largely because he is so unpredicable. And although at one point he seemed on his way out of F1 I’m glad to say that he seems to have found a place where he’s going to be allowed to flourish. And I feel he is our best chance for a Jacques Villeneuve type person saying exactly what he thinks about the other drivers in the future. With a proper team mate this season he’ll be pushed a little harder which is certainly a good thing. I think he’ll have a good season.

Anthony Davidson joins F1 this year right at the back of the grid but in that most enviable of places for a rookie a team that’s going somewhere. If he shines he can take some of the credit. Anthony hasn’t ever really proved himself to be the fastest potential driver in F1 but he has shown some promise. Lets hope that he hasn’t learned the bad lessons of the permanent test driver (these guys tend to be great qualifiers but the worst overtakers) and takes this opportunity to show the grid that they shouldn’t have been ignoring him for so long.

The Team

This team has done everything together and as a team. They have been working so hard that they really deserve some reward this year.

The Problems?

That they’ll do so well that they won’t be underdogs any more.

Outside Bet?

A podium for Sato

More Likely?

They are the most improved team in terms of points.

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About Alex Andronov

Alex Andronov is a writer who lives in the UK. He is currently working on 7 novels, 5 film scripts, 2 plays, 2 TV series, 1 history of the United States, 1 travelogue and trying to find some focus.
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