Another weekend and another thrilling grand prix, this time at the Nurburgring where Lewis Hamilton reigned supreme. Championship leader Sebastian Vettel was a (relative) failure on his home track by finishing just fourth, Ferrari kept up their own resurgence, and Michael Schumacher had an inexplicable spin mid-race.
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Bernie Ecclestone has seen a few negative headlines coming into race weekend, but shrugs them off as soon as the action starts.
And what an excellent start it is, with Lewis Hamilton bursting past polesitter Mark Webber to the first corner.
Things went less well for Hamilton's team-mate Jenson Button, who suffers the indignity of being followed by the camera as his race ends prematurely.
Hamilton doesn't have everything his own way, but upgrades on his McLaren which give him the ability to levitate around corners means he holds Webber at bay this time.
Vettel, in the unaccustomed position of having other cars in front of him, nearly ends up in the back of his team-mate's car, but manages to slam on the brakes just in time.
Cheer up, Seb - fourth may be his worst finish of the season, but anyone would think he didn't have a 77-point lead in the championship with nine races left...
Mind you, it's not all good news for Hamilton - as he stands on the podium he suddenly realises that he doesn't know where his car keys are.
'Don't worry - they were in the car!' And with that news the celebrations can begin on the podium.
Briton Paul Di Resta was running in the top 10 at one point, but finished out of the points in 13th.