I also have heard the same and that too on commentary from the mouth of legendary SteveSlater, who most likely heard it from David Croft.
One thing to acknowledge is how Sauber and STR have performed in the qualifying session, also its been awhile since we have seen such massive gaps between #1 and #10, it is like from 2004 and 2005 season.
For me the best moment was Sutil's 360 or 720 deg. spin on the pitstraight, as it shows the dangers of DRS quite visibly. He deploys the DRS coming out of the corner, lost downforce goes on the grass and lost the car completely altogether. He was lucky that he don't end up hitting the pitwall otherwise a Red Flag was imminent.
Also, no one mentions that Melbourne have a new pitlane which is more straight then last year, as there is a new pit building for the Aussie V8 Supercars.
I don't think Kubica could make a comeback just because Heidfeld has not performed as expected. Kubica is not out of F1 for fun, he has to recover from serious injuries first before thinking of making a return.
I know that StarSports will show the race, but the problem for me was the channel was not showing at my side and there was black screen with a blue notice that the current channel is not allowed in your area. Which certainly was been put by the StarSports admins rather then by my cable operator.
Congratulations for Hamilton's good performance.
KERS and DRS are standard as per regulations but optional. Standard in the meaning that they have to work in a predefined manner like 80HP from KERS and application of DRS at a designated section during the race. Optional in the sense that its up to teams to decide whether they want to use these or not. Like Team Lotus, Virgin and HRT are not having KERS.
Congratulations for the baby, but why the hell I was not notified about that.