|You won't see him coming!|
Ferrari and Lotus Renault have brought upgrades to Abu Dhabi although on Friday's evidence Romain Grosjean should be most happy with the outcome whereas the Ferrari team may be up all night again trying to find some fractions of a second for Fernando. Grosjean has recently been more circumspect at the start after throwing away numerous point scoring opportunities during the season and incurring the wrath of Webber and other drivers. On today's evidence Grosjean's Lotus Renault has the opportunity for a top six grid position and he needs another error-free start and a solid race to repay his team's faith in him.
Of the midfielders the last few races have seen Force India, Mercedes, Sauber and the Williams all closely matched. Of these the driver on the upturn seems to be Bruno Senna who, apart from in qualifying, was quick all through last weekend.
Mark Webber fastest qualifier at 8/1
Jenson Button to win the race at 9/1
Romain Grosjean to finish on the podium at 11/1
Bruno Senna to finish in the points at 6/5