The Chinese Grand Prix has been
described as "the greatest race in a generation" by some of F1's
biggest names - but was it really the best and how much of the drama was down
to the new regulations?
All the legendary sporting classics
involve close competition, intrigue, suspense and an outpouring of emotion -
with the surprise success of an underdog often adding an extra sparkle.
On that tick-list alone, last Sunday in
Shanghai scored very highly.
When Lewis Hamilton's mechanics were
buzzing all over the back of his fuel-flooded McLaren in the garage with just
seconds to go before the pitlane