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Hamilton's team-mate, Fernando Alonso was moved back five grid positions after the race stewards judged that he had acted improperly in delaying Hamilton and denying him a chance to respond after Alonso had got pole position with a flying lap on Saturday.
That situation was not good for McLaren and I am now beginning to wonder whether both Alonso and Hamilton will still be at McLaren next season. Hamilton later apologised to his team for not obeying team orders. Hamilton's win extended his lead over Alonso at the top from two points to seven points.
Ferrari had a mixed day with Kimi Raikkonen finishing a close second but another qualifying drama meant that Felipe Massa had to start from 14th place on the grid. Ferrari failed to refuel his car in Saturday's second qualifying session, leaving him starting from 14th place and he only improved one place to finish 13th.
What made it even more disappointing was the fact that McLaren were not going to score constructors points following the Hamilton/Alonso fracas and therefore this was a good opportunity for Ferrari to close the gap but with only Raikkonen scoring points that chance went begging.
BMW Sauber's consistency this season paid off with Nick Heidfeld finishing third ahead of Alonso who finished fourth. Heidfeld's team-mate Robert Kubica finished fifth. I still think BMW missed that little bit extra to really challenge McLaren and Ferrari.
Toyota's Ralf Schumacher must be relieved when he finished sixth to score points after a long while in front of William's Nico Rosberg and Renault's Heikki Kovalainen who took the last points position.
After finishing on the podium in the last race in Germany Mark Webber just missed out on the points position finishing ninth after another good race.
There is three weeks before the next race in Turkey and I can't wait to see the next qualifying session and
the race itself where Alonso will be trying to close the gap between him and his team-mate and also Ferrari
will have to to try and rescue the season with just six races to go.
Would Ferrari or BMW take him? I don't think so and even his former team Renault. In that case he will have to go to the smaller teams but the best verdict will be for him to stay at McLaren and talk to Lewis.
I feel sorry for Alonso because he didn't see all this coming and he looks like he is cracking...and remember Hamilton is good for sponsorship, the British are desperate for a world champion, and Lewis is raking in record viewership
I think not many people knew that Hamilton would be so good and most probably the most shocked of them all is Alonso. Lets see what happens in Turkey.