No, he’ll either run into trouble or not have the quickest car in one of the remaining weekends. I do see him winning two of three, though.
When all is said and done, will António Félix da Costa be the next the next big thing from Red Bull, and if so, how successful will his F1 career be?
Controversial, but yes. He’ll join RBR in 2014, then win several championships with them.
When it’s all said and done, will Mercedes pull out before winning a championship in the sport?
No – they’ll win ONE title before leaving.
As an aside on your previous answer: wow… 2014? That’s quick.
When all is said and done – will Alonso ever get his 3rd title? Or will things just keep falling out of his way?
Alondo will win the 3rd and a 4th title
When all is said and done… will we see a ‘real’ female racer in the next 5 years?
Probably not. Give it another 10 years, maybe.
When all is said and done, which of the “newer” grands prix we’ve seen so far (Singapore, Valencia, Korea, Abu Dhabi, India) will be judged as being a classic like Monaco or Monza?
Singapore – it’s already become a new Monaco in terms of the surrounding city, in that it’s an Asian business hub.
When all is said and done, which of the currently active world champions (excluding Michael) will have the statistically most successful careers?
I believe Vettel’s already a long way ahead on that road. He will be followed by Alonso, Hamilton, Button and Raikkonen, in that order.
For fun: When it’s all said and done, who will be the next reserve driver to step in for a race and for which team?
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