The answers we're still waiting for from F1 2012
We may have been treated to a fantastic first race of the season in Melbourne, but that doesn't mean all the plotlines of 2012 have yet been revealed. Jonathan Noble explains why he has more questions than answers after the Oz GP
After the weeks of uncertainty, analysis and sometimes futile guesswork, it was fantastic to be sitting down on the Sunday night after Melbourne chewing the fat over exactly what we had learned from the first race of the Formula 1 season.
Yet for however much we could say with certainty that McLaren has a mighty quick car, Red Bull has a fight on its hands, Ferrari's got some struggles and Lotus and Mercedes could be dark horses, we've actually been left with more questions than definitive answers about just what we can expect from 2012.
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