Positive Thinking

Is BMW on the rise? You might think so after their performance in Australia.  Nick Heidfeld in fourth and Robert Kubica in twelfth.  Heidfeld wants to be world champion - it's not as far fetched as it seems. Here's Heidfeld:
"I want to become world champion, and would love it to be with BMW in the next few years," he told the Bild newspaper, "I am in the best position that I have ever been in F1. When I came to this team last year, I knew that they had the same ambitions and, up to now, everything has been going in right direction."Although there are really very good omens, we are not the favourite for the title this year, so won't be disappointed if we don't become champions in 2007. We just want to better ourselves as a team, while I will settle for being best German. I think that is very possible as Ralf's Toyota and Adrian Sutil's Spyker are clearly slower than the BMW, although Nico Rosberg's Williams is running very well."
BMW Director Mario Theissen agrees.