Anyone notice how Renault kind of lost their direction once Briatore went nuts and messed up big time? Then again, Briatore did manage Benetton as well, and that went pretty well actually as he was a decent talent spotter (Alonso, Giancarlo, Schumie, Trulli, etc). What I'm wondering is how Renault F1's doing in terms of management, because they haven't done a pretty good job as the works team for Renault. Which makes me wonder why they still are a works team. Williams finally got ahold of the Renault Engines, that should make for a fun grid. The Caterham Team will be trouncing most of the backmarkers like nothing else. I'm questioning HRT's engine choices and if they will actually do anything good with it. Perhaps more interestingly though is where Petrov (who is thoroughly mediocre) will end up this year seeing as there is no room on the Russian Team. Just based off of the team announcement, STR will probably drop Buemi in favor of Algersuari as Algersuari seems to have better form. My guess for FI F1 would be the re-signing of Di-Resta as he isn't a bad driver at all. Sutil might have a more difficult spot finding a drive sadly. Expect to see Perez or Kobayashi test driving for Ferrari soon.