ESPN's Final Stint looks back on a race where Sebastian Vettel disobeyed Red Bull again, and assesses what Marco Mattiacci has to do to manage Fernando Alonso's ego at Ferrari
The Inside Line looks at how the current divisions between some of the biggest teams could be exploited for the good of Formula One
After Lewis Hamilton took his third straight win at the Chinese Grand Prix ESPN brings you all the driver and team reaction from across the paddock
Sergio Perez finished third at the Bahrain Grand Prix. Have Force India ever had a finish on the podium before?
Did Lewis Hamilton break the record for the most pole positions by a British driver, and how many non-Brits does he have to beat?
How often has the winner of the first race under new regulations gone on to win the F1 title?
Featured Race Monaco GP 1982
This was a race no-one wanted to win, it seemed. Rene Arnoux led until spinning, and Prost took over until crashing heavily with three laps to go. This handed the lead to Riccardo Patrese but then spun, allowing Didier Pironi and Andrea de Cesaris by. With one lap to go, Pironi stopped with electrical problems, Cesaris ran out of fuel and Williams replacement Derek Daly retired after clouting the barrier, allowing a bewildered Patrese to recover and score his first race win.
Final StintESPN looks at some of the key talking points from the Chinese GP
Ferrari'There is nothing really special we can do, just don't give up'
Williams'I need to make sure we are attacking the right areas first'
Chinese GPMakes clear that motivation has 'f*** all' to do with it
- Hamilton takes third consecutive victory | Results | Driver and team reaction | Gallery
- Chequered flag error cuts race short
- Misunderstanding led to team order refusal - Vettel
- Alonso 'surprised' by podium
- Hamilton 'can't believe' his advantage
- Vettel will bounce back - Ricciardo
- Telemetry failure nearly cost Rosberg
- Vettel 'did not cost Ricciardo third' - Horner
- Pace was 'painful out there' - Button
- Bad luck ruining Williams' potential - Massa
Featured Driver Chris Amon
The affable Chris Amon did everything in Formula One except win a World Championship race. The Kiwi enjoyed 14 seasons in F1, three of which came with Ferrari, but was known as much for his bad luck as he was for his driving ability. He was undoubtedly a talent wasted and remains one of the great nearly-men of the sport.