F1’s five world champions led by Fernando Alonso filled the highest positions when the chequered flag came down on a hectic Chinese Grand Prix.
McLaren were the only team to make two pits stop during the race, with varying success for its drivers. Red Bull were quickest in the pits but collected a fine.
Examine how the race unfolded with these interactive lap charts and race charts:
Sebastian Vettel set the fastest lap of the Chinese Grand Prix. Here are all the drivers’ lap times and the fastest laps table.
The Chinese Grand Prix in pictures.
All eight drivers who were investigated after the Chinese Grand Prix for using DRS in an area where yellow flags were being shown have been cleared.
Kimi Raikkonen said he wanted to change the damaged front wing he carried until the end of the Chinese Grand Prix.
Esteban Gutierrez has been given a five-place penalty for crashing into Adrian Sutil after saying he misjudged the speed between the cars.
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali said one win was the “minimum” the team wanted this year after celebrating their Chinese Grand Prix success.
Mark Webber has been given a three-place penalty for his collision with Jean-Eric Vergne after admitting it “was his mistake”.