I never thought I'd see the day when Fangio's 5 WDC's would be beaten, never mind Ayrton Senna's record of 65 pole positions... but what can you say to take it at Imola, in a Ferrari at the circuit where the late great man achieved his last pole. Simply stunning. The Ferrari's have been looking strong all weekend, with Schumacher setting the pace in 2 of the 3 practice sessions, he's been sublime though... REALLY on it and ending up .9 quicker than Massa. Honda continue their qualifying form, with Button and Barrichello in 2nd and 3rd respectively, it's finally beginning to look like Barrichello is getting on top of the Honda something which has hobbled him this season, I'm expecting him to overtake Button in pure pace come midseason. Surprised by Renaults lack of pace, Alonso and Schumacher have been trading fastest laps all weekend so far, and to see Alonso in 5th almost a second behind is surprising. Though he should be very strong come the race. McLaren have to be tanked up... (they really need to employ more aggressive strategies) Montoya in the spare car edging out Kimi in the dying seconds of the session to take 7th and 8th respectively, it's difficult to see them makng the podium or taking the the win from there, both drivers need to be up there fighting for pole, not languishing mid pack. Imola has a habit of throwing up an incident filled race, see last year for example, so fingers crossed we'll get to see a close race this year too. 66 poles though... incredible.