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When it’s all said and done, will Nico surpass Keke’s win tally?
No, unless Brawn does another 2009.
When it’s all said and done, will any of the current ‘sons of’ (Alex Brundle, Adrian Tambay, Nicolas Prost, Max Verstappen, etc., etc., etc.) that are working their way up, 1) make it to F1 and 2) better their dads?
When it’s all said and done, will Spain produce another F1 champion in the next 20 years?
Not in the next 20 years, but yes after 20.
When all is said and done, will we ever see a chain of seasons where 1 driver dominates, like Schumacher 2000-2004 again?
Yes, if a team emerges dominant after the new engine regulations introduced and that team has a designated No1.
When all is said and done, will we see any Japanese factory constructor team on the grid?
Yes, in a few hundred years! :P
When all is said and done, will Felipe Massa manage another podium in his career? :(
Yes, this year still, at Interlagos.
When all is set and done, will Senna (still?) be widely considered the best/fastest of all time?
When it’s all set and done, will British viewers once again receive free-air Formula One coverage for all the races?
When it’s all set and done, will F1 have raced in Africa ever again?
When it’s all set and done, will there have been a(nother, didn’t checK) F1 driver from Africa?
When it’s all set and done, will Hamilton go to Mercedes?
When it’s all set and done, will Hülkenberg be a winning driver?
When it’s all set and done, will Narain Karthikeyan score points in a Grand Prix that required more of him then to simply get in the car and start the race.
No. Even if he was to start matching his teammate, the HRT will likely never be in a position to score points unless something catastrophic happens near the front. Pedro’s having a cracker of a season and yet he can only occasionally take the fight to the Marussia boys or the (even more occasional) underperforming Kovalainen.
When all is said and done, will Petrov ever score a podium again?
No. Unless PM or Putin pays him a seat at one of the better teams.
When all is said and done, will Argentina get back to the F1 calender in the next 5 years?
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