And that is the REAL question. Is there any other topic worth mentioning after the devastating supremacy shown by Mercedes and its principal interpreter in yesterday’s Spanish GP? This championship is already marked as a private affair between Lewis and Nico and a solo triumphant march by the three pointed star. The alternative is to start to get excited to watch the race for third place in the Driver’s or wonder who will finish second best in the Constructor’s. Have you ever discussed about place getters instead of winners? A little boring isn’t it? Well let’s get used to it, because this is what you will hear from now until the Abu Dhabi GP. On sunday I was invited to speak to a small audience in Barcelona, just before the start of the race. I enjoy that part of my job as I have a chance to speak in front of a live audience and to immediately drag hope and expectations out of them. I like to talk about F.1 as much I I love to write my blog. After my speech, my presentation and a short video, I did not see many happy faces when I predicted Hamilton to win over Rosberg. I went on and suggested that Ricciardo would come third, but got a little reaction. Finally, I started to give more hope to Ferrari than anybody else in the paddock would, by awarding Alonso of fourth place. Suddenly I started to get more interesting comments and captive questions. The audience came alive and wondering why Ferrari was so far back, asking more queries to me than Fernando did when he met Mattiacci for the first time. This is what people want, I said to myself, they want Ferrari to win. For this we stay with Shakespeare but will switch from Hamlet to….. A Midsummer Night’s Dream !!