Definitely Raikkonen of Schumacher. He needed to be on the edge all the way on the outside of the first corner to position himself well for the second part of the Senna S. That was the second hardest part of it. The hardest was to nail the braking point to get into that ’round-the-corner’ position, which I described above.
Massa on di Resta comes a strong second. Opportunistic move, but also had to be aware of the braking point – but from then on, it was fairly straightforward for me and did not include an additional challenge like Raikkonen’s ride on the outside of the first corner.
Alonso’s double-pass on Massa and Webber was spectacular, was more or less the same challenge as Massa’s on di Resta though, so that does no beat Raikkonen’s either.