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F1 Malaysian GP Preview Poem
Formula one kicked off with a bang
Now it’s back to back races as it heads to Sepang
Kimi’s on track for his title assault
That win in Australia is in the vault
Alonso is aiming and shooting to thrill
He’s focused and ready to fire at will
Vettel sits quietly, a few points back
He’s within range to mount an attack
Massa did well, he deserves some props
And Ferrari had two, of the fastest pit stops
Lewis did well in his first Grand Prix
With his new team, Merc AMG
He’s looking quite clever, having left his old team
Which is bewilderingly struggling, as it may seem
A battle is brewing between Sutil and Di Resta
Whose time at Force India won’t be fiesta
So what’s in store, for the Malaysian Grand Prix?
Will it be too hot and sticky, due to humidity?
Might Button be praying, for a thunderstorm?
Might rain help McLaren, improve its poor form?
Will Raikkonen add, to his points lead?
Will Red Bull find, more top end speed?
Will Caterham have something up their sleeve?
A good finish at home, they’d like to achieve
It’s a home race of sorts for Mercedes
Where it’s many fans, they will try to appease
Only time will tell, what is in store
While teams and drivers on tyres wage war
Changing conditions and wet weather threats
Don’t worry Pirelli with their Inters and Wets
It’s all up for grabs and a big question mark
Just as it was, in Albert Park