Best Driver: Sebastian Vettel was in his own league
Worst Driver: No one really stood out.
Best Team: Red Bull/Lotus
Worst Team: Force India
Best Overtake: Raikkonen on Button, or Alonso at the start.
Funniest moment: Nico Hulkenberg’s “What !?!” when told he had to give his position back. On a sidenote, is it just me or do the Saubers have a lot better microphones than the other teams?
Most Surprising Result: Raikkonen’s podium
Least Surprising Result: Alonso acing his start, Vettel winning.
Special Mention to: Grosjean, despite lacking tracktime in practice sessions, he qualified in an amazing position and I’m sure he would’ve gotten a podium if it wasn’t for that engine problem.
Furthermore, I think both Sauber drivers deserve a mention. Gutierrez is really starting to come together, and Hulkenberg keeps getting better and better!
Race Rating: 8/10
BBC/Sky Sport1 commentator/presenter: Ronald van Dam, but it’s like comparing a piece of garbage and a slightly shinier piece of garbage.
BBC/Sky Sport1 commentator/ presenter:
Christijan Albers, see the previous award. He gets stamped of as worse because he was EVEN MORE repetitive than van Dam.
Best Commentary moment: None, there are no winners here.
World feed rating: 6/10, had some good moments, but yesterdays COTD said everything I need to.