Final sprint: From Suzuka to Abu Dhabi - Part III



The chequered flag will be waved four more times before we know who has won the 2010 Formula One championship. Autoblog UK analyses the strengths and weaknesses of the teams relative to each of the four remaining circuits.

Brazilian GP
Last year, Mark Webber took the honours in Brazil. The weather could throw a spanner in the works and turn the form book upside down. In 2009, heavy downpours made qualifying a marathon session. In the past, there have been some chaotic rain-affected races at the Sao Paulo Interlagos circuit, not least Giancarlo Fisichella's win for Jordan in 2003.

As far as Stefano Domenicali is concerned, the title race remains wide open: "I'm expecting McLaren to return to form in Japan, and Red Bull are already strong contenders. It's going to be tough." Domenicali sees Ferrari as being on the defensive at Suzuka, Korea as anyone's guess (assuming the race takes place at all), Brazil as suiting the F10 and Abu Dhabi less so: "Rest assured, though, we will keep battling right through to the end."
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