Best Driver: Maldonado. Brilliant speed when it mattered, nice work to keep Alonso behind in a long last stint.
Worst Driver: Schumacher. Didn’t bother to qualify, started on the same tyres as everyone else anyway, then drove like a raw egg.
Best Team: Williams. Amazing pace, winning strategy – are you watching, Lotus? – and many acts of heroism, which they’ll no doubt play down, in the fire.
Worst Team: McLaren. Tried to pull the wool over the stewards’ eyes, arrogantly thought they could predict the qualifying cut-off laptimes, and should really have out-raced a penalised Vettel and Rosberg.
Best Overtake: Hamilton on the Toro Rossos
Best Funny- moment: Smiled at DC bringing a trolley to push Eddie around on.
Most Surprising Result: Maldonado
Least Surprising Result: Grosjean, there or thereabouts again.
Special Mention to: Hülkenberg, same long last stint as the winner, and managed to hold off Webber.
Race Rating: 9/10
Best BBC/Sky commentator/presenter: David Coulthard
Worst BBC/Sky commentator/ presenter: Ted Kravitz, from what I saw in the video clips of the fire (once Sky had finally finished showing me ads) – a bit over-excited e.g. “we’ve got a great shot of this”
Best Commentary moment: Coulthard, trying to give Schumacher the benefit of the doubt: “I want to see some replays before I nail this one on Michael”
World feed rating: 7/10