An absorbing Singapore Grand Prix was matched by the scenes around the race.
Although Sebastian Vettel took another commanding victory for Red Bull, the unique feel of the night race saw some remarkable scenes.
Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher were both responsible for causing controversy, with the Brit leaving an enraged Felipe Massa squaring up to him after the race, while the German was reprimanded for his smash with Sergio Perez.
And, as ever, there were the grid girls to focus on for the more casual viewer...
For all those who spent the Singapore Grand Prix wondering 'Who's the hottest woman in the entire universe?' the answer came in the form of a glorious pit lane catwalk. If it is not patently clear, the lady in question is in the white and believes that 'something really ought to be done about all the stuff going on in Libya...'
Instead of blanking the irate Felipe Massa after their altercation, Lewis Hamilton should have simply told the Brazilian to 'go ride the ferris wheel' instead. If it's good enough for Rubens Barrichello, Massa should have followed suit and enjoyed the fairground.
But where are the pit lane girls?
Aha, there they are... the dazzling pit girls of Singapore make their grand entrance, winking and waving at all and sundry. The line of girls then began a sterling rendition of the hokey-cokey which left the crowd pretty exhilarated.
Somewhere down there is a Formula One track, and also a few cars. It's a glorious sight looking out over Singapore at night... not much else to say on that really.
Among the weird and wacky things Sebastian Vettel lists as his 'hobbies' include licking and attempting to snog camera lenses. This one really took Seb's liking, and he got well and truly 'lost in the moment'. The bewildered cameraman promptly sold it on ebay to a fanatical supporter of the Red Bull driver.
Felipe Massa is again left smarting after being lured into an absurdly poor trade with this gigantic lady. "Swap my helmet for your poxy pen??? Oh, alright then..." It was not a good day for Massa on any level.
This Red Bull engineer is so 'at one' with his team's equipment, that he nestles down amongst the tires to grab some kip, shunning the nearby hotel. "Well, it is a night race, so what do you expect me to do?" he apparently retorted when accused of slacking on the job.
Following claims that Vettel was wasting absurd amounts of posh champagne by spraying it around too liberally after every victory, the German proceeded to see off this entire bottle to make his point. Did he enjoy it? That's debatable.