Haas ought to learn the lessons of Sauber's 2014. There is no way, given competent driving at Sauber that they should have been beaten by a significantly slower Marussia vehicle which did not even complete the season. The reason this happened is that whenever there was sufficient unreliability/chaos to create opportunities for teams such as Sauber, Sauber's two drivers were walking back to the pits. The amount of Safety Cars caused by crashes involving Mr. Capri-Sun (just squeeze and suck, no need for glasses, which can be easily breakable ) was ridiculous, and Kermit was no saint either. The opportunity for a seriously crap car to squeeze into the points was at Monaco (as proven by both Bianchi and Grosjean) - had Magnussen's crash damage been terminal then Ericsson would have edged his Caterham into the points too. Gutierrez had utterly amateurishly planted the barriers at the inside of Rascasse and was back in the shower. In short, I'd go with JEV.