Fernando Alonso was voted Driver of the Weekend for the Chinese Grand Prix after securing his and Ferrari’s first podium of 2014.
The Chinese Grand Prix was always going to have a hard time to live up to the standard set by the thrilling race which preceded it – and so it proved.
The Chinese Grand Prix gave us some of the most revealing team radio messages of the year as Sebastian Vettel was initially unwilling to let his team mate past.
The fourth round of the 2014 Predictions Championship saw a record-breaking 44 players make perfect predictions. Find out if you were among them.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2014 Chinese Grand Prix weekend.
Who do you think was the best driver during the Chinese Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
The Mercedes W05 has achieved something the Ferrari F2004, Williams-Renault FW14B, McLaren-Honda MP4-4 or any of F1’s other great cars did not do.
Lewis Hamilton took the 25th victory of his Formula One career in the Chinese Grand Prix – and he hasn’t had many wins that were more straightforward.
Lewis Hamilton took a dominant win, while Ferrari got their first podium finish of 2014. Here’s the Twitter perspective on race day in China.
Felipe Massa lost almost a minute during a disastrous pit stop on lap ten of the Chinese Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel might have cost team mate Daniel Ricciardo a podium position by hesitating when he was told to let his team mate past in the middle of the race.
Mercedes were the class of the field once more in China, lapping a second quicker than their rivals at the Shanghai International Circuit.
Kamui Kobayashi said he was pleased with his race despite losing a position due to a quirk of the rules.
The 2014 Chinese Grand Prix in pictures.
Lewis Hamilton cruised to an untroubled third win in a row in the Chinese Grand Prix.
A third second place for Nico Rosberg means he keeps a four-point lead over team mate Lewis Hamilton.
Lewis Hamilton led another Mercedes one-two in the Chinese Grand Prix.
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Drivers and their race engineers had to make tough calls about which tyres to use and when during another wet qualifying session. Here’s what was being discussed on the radio.