I see this thread has gone a bit quiet, and speaking for myself I find it much easier to criticize journalist for coming up with inane question than coming up with interesting ones myself.
To Romain Grosjean I would ask: having tried to get through Q1 on the prime tyre for the last couple of events, would you consider doing soft in Q1 and Q2, and then Q3 on the prime for this weekend, which may well be another one-stopper for you?
To Lewis Hamitlon I would ask: your executive director Toto Wolff has stated that for this weekend you need a car with good traction and straight-line speed, yet this seems to be an area that Mercedes have struggled with in recent Grand Prix. Do you think that can be solved for this weekend?
To Sebastian Vettel I would ask: Sebastian, over the past four seasons you have amassed four world titles and won over thirty victories. Can you envisage a point where it would make you happier to not win, if only for a little while, in order to be able to enjoy titles and victories as much as the first ones?
To Paul Hembery: Paul, from the first of January it will require unanimous agreement from all teams to test tyres with a non-historic car. How much tyre testing do you still want to conduct before the official pre-season testing starts, and do you plan to that all in 2013? Also, do you think it will be possible to test with a 2013 car once the season is complete?