A very good Chinese GP.
I know a lot of folk who watch the start of a race, go and do something else and then watch the end. Those days, it seems, may be in the past. Do that in this race and you would miss an awful lot of goings on.
Congratulations to Hamilton for his victory and congrats to Webber for a stunning recovery drive from 18th. Vettel did what he could and came away with a decent haul of points. Ferrari really need to improve both car and strategy. Disappointed for Rosberg who, without critical fuel levels may have finished further up the order. Another solid result from Di Resta...no points this time but he still got in front of his teammate.
I wonder if Hamilton's decision to do one run in Q3 (and save a set of tyres) will cause a major change in the way the teams approach final qualy?
Tyre strategy seems to be the key with a crescendo of action in the latter part of the race - the time when a fresh set of softs may fundamenatally change the order (just look at Webber's surge or...indeed...Lewis Hamilton's victory).
Roll on Turkey.