Hamilton would be excellent if he didn't try going for opportunities that didn't exist or having poor lapses of judgement. He's got some fantastic pace, good overtaking skills. He could have had 2nd in this championship if it weren't for all his mistakes. Button's just been consistent and he's definitely upped his game lately. If Mclaren pull a good car out next year, I'd really like to see a good championship battle.
Vettel's a fantastic driver on raw pace. Yes the car's brilliant, but he's still very fast. It doesn't make for the best races but I think he is a perfect driver for winning championships. Just get pole, stay out front and don't make mistakes (which he hasn't done so much this year... bar Germany).
At least after a slightly disappointing Japanese effort, we've still got fights for constructors positions and 2nd place etc. to look forward to, even if the commentators were talking on Sunday as if the season was already over - there's some exciting tracks still to come
Were we watching the same race? I enjoyed Korea last year. It looks like a nice interesting layout to drive too. Especially the end part of the lap. Possibly difficult to overtake though due to the endless barrage of medium speed corners that immediately follow each other. Needs more races for me to make an opinion.
Brazil should be good because it's Brazil. They've had the good sense not to end with Abu Dhabi. For a layout that's supposed to encourage overtaking (I'm guessing so by the long straights), it really doesn't.