“It was not easy behind Kimi, I just push him when I can,” statement from my favourite F1 diver Robert Kubica following his result on the third place today’s race.
Kubica, F1’s first polish driver, snapped a Ferrari-Mc Laren monopoly on the top spot and boosted BMW Sauber’s 2008 title aspirations after claiming pole position for yesterday’s Bahrain Grand Prix. But eventually, Ferrari is the winner.
For the second time, Felipe Massa won the prestigious Bahrain grand prix. Last year race, he was in the pole. Today, the second place is Kimi Raikkonen, who was always blocking Kubica particularly during the last laps. As he said, it is too hard for Kubika to get even the second position.
To me, he was just not lucky because he had “not good start” at the beginning. “Yeah, I got good start and he (Kubica) got bad start,” said Massa to medias.
What’s happen to Hamilton? I saw him banged another driver. The last position I saw him was 14. Then, I didn’t see him anymore. In fact, he was in the second row at the starting grid. Too bad.
Anyway, I guess Kubica and his MBW team will host another party tonite. And everyone in this hotel will go crazy to serve them.
Kubica with his team (BMW Sauber) at one party before the race