Well.. there was an eventful race.
My heart missed a few beats when I saw Alonso losing control of the car. So glad it was in the long straight with run-off gravel, because it could have been so..so much worse, although if he was going to go 'flying' that would have been the exact place with it being on a full-speed straight and less downforce. I thought he'd made a ridiculous decision for not pitting, but have now learned it was a team order.
Terrible stuff from Force India.
McLaren need to get their act together, pronto.
Rosberg made his point by nipping at Lewis's heels, clearly faster and possibly could have had a shot at Webber (which he made a case for) but clearly Lewis is the favourite driver. That must have been a bitter pill for Nico to swallow those team orders.
Vettel/Webber.. Mark followed his orders, Seb followed his ego. I see now he's publicly apologised, and no doubt Mark is grateful
Christian Horner's probably happy both cars came home in one piece.
I'm not a fan of team orders. It's not fair on the drivers who want to race, it's not fair on the fans who want to see a race, and when will the beauty of F1 stop being dictated to by tire performance?
PS: Semi-decent finish by Kimi.