Nigel Mansell is the last person in the race apart from the five in front of him
Mansell can see him in his earphone.
And the first five places are filled by five different cars.
With two laps to go then the action will begin, unless this is the action, which it is.
Mansell is slowing it down, taking it easy. Oh, no he isn't! It's a lap record.
Look up there! That's the sky!
Alboreto has dropped back up to fifth place.
Michael Schumacher is leading Michael Schumacher.
And here comes Mika Hakkinen, double world champion twice over.
The European drivers have adapted to this circuit extremely quickly, especially Paul Radisich who's a New Zealander.
Jenson Button is in the top ten, in eleventh position.
As you look at the first four, the significant thing is that Alboreto is fifth.
Jean Alesi is 4th and 5th.
It's lap 26 of 58, which unless I'm very much mistaken is half way.
Of course he did it voluntarily, but he had to do it.
And this is the third place car about to lap the second place car.
Do my eyes deceive me, or is Senna's Lotus sounding rough?
Villeneuve is now twelve seconds ahead of Villeneuve.
Let's stop the startwatch.
The tires are called wets, because they're used in the wet. And these tires are called slicks, because they're very slick.
And there's the man in the green flag!
I can't imagine what kind of problem Senna has. I imagine it must be some sort of grip problem.
Frentzen is taking, er, reducing that gap between himself and Frentzen.
And the first three cars are all Escorts, which isn't surprising as this is an all Escort race.
That's the first time he had started from the front row in a Grand Prix, having done so in Canada earlier this year.
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