Fernando Alonso was voted Driver of the Weekend for the Chinese Grand Prix while Daniel Ricciardo made his first appearance in the top three.
The debate over whether F1 is becoming too artificial continued to rage in the latest Rate the Race results.
Now in its tenth year on the F1 calendar the Chinese Grand Prix is becoming increasingly well-attended. Here are some of the videos fans shot during the race.
Here are the top ten pictures that tell the story of the 2013 Chinese Grand Prix weekend.
The Chinese government frowns on Twitter but the F1 teams and media are used to getting around that. Here’s the Chinese Grand Prix weekend in Tweets.
Which F1 driver was the best performer during the Chinese Grand Prix weekend? Vote for who impressed you the most.
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”.
Fernando Alonso scored victory in the Chinese Grand Prix but 11 drivers are under investigation after the race.
Sebastian Vettel holds a reduced lead over Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso in the drivers’ championship.
Fernando Alonso won the Chinese Grand Prix ahead of Kimi Raikkonen and Lewis Hamilton.
F1 teams will not have the full benefit of the FIA’s telemetry link for the third race in a row in China.