Chinese fans (slightly odd) banners
I wondered what that was all about…
"[Sutil] drove a lovely race until six laps from the end, in sixth, when he went flying off for a big meeting with the barriers. In Monaco he was in fourth place with four laps to go when Kimi hit him from behind. In Shanghai his exit produced the biggest reaction of the day in the press room. "Oh no…" we all shouted…"
Nico Rosberg "The main problem I had today was drops sticking to my visor which wouldn't run off making it virtually impossible to see. It's a problem related to my visor's anti-fog system which I've had in the past but haven't been able to resolve."
Nick Heidfeld "Close to the end of the race I had the chance to score one or two points, but then there was a lot of debris on the track, including a wheel, from Adrian Sutil's accident. I tried to find a way around it, but it was unpredictable which way it would go and it hit me. Afterwards the car felt very strange and I lost four places."
Jenson Button was faster than Rubens Barrichello in the early stages, went past and pulled away. This was probably quite an important moment as it underlined the pecking order in the team, which has been established in the first two races.
"This element is particularly interesting because the FIA aimed at banned this kind of elements with the new regulations, but with the right approach something is still possible there."
Bernie Ecclestone on Ron Dennis: "If he resigned to stop the hearing, it won't work. This is not about personalities, it is about finding out if there was more to what happened than we know already.
"The rank and file here are still furious that Dave Ryan, an employee for 35 years, was sacked for his role in the cheating scandal."
These are links I’ve bookmarked using Delicious. You can see my Delicious profile here.