Come on Maranello!!! 25th February Have to admit though... I'm a little worried about the Scuderia's chances this season, whilst I'm sure that the F2005 will be the class of the field (atleast until McLaren reveal the MP4-20B mid season) the disadvantages of running the F2004M for the first 4 races means that should one driver do a 'Schu' and win those 4 races, I'm not convinced that even Schumacher could pull back such a deficit with the current ill-conceived points system. Both McLaren and Renault look to have serious speed in pre-season testing, and as great a car as the F2004/M was/is, the main development on that car was frozen mid-way through last season, normally using the previous seasons car hasn't been such a disadvantage but since the rules changes have been quite dramatic I just can't see how they're going to be fully competitive for those first 4 races, I honestly believe it's going to be more a case of damage limitation for those 4 races and hope that the reliability problems hit the other teams. What's even more worrying is the lack of mileage that Bridgestone have racked up against Michelin during the off season. And to top it all off, in my dream last night, Montoya wins the first race whilst Schu crashes out!