On a track where tyres won’t get ruined as quickly as in the last race and where top speed will be vital, I expect to see a good race from Lewis Hamilton, both Force India drivers and the Renaults.
Red Bulls should still be fast but if their KERS isn’t working, they could have problems in the race. Williams should still be below average.
First two practice sessions won’t say much about how the real performance is here, but expect Ferrari wanting to test if they have made any steps forward with their upgrades so they might be fast in the practices. Red Bull will be sandbagging, but you already knew that.