Twitter tells the story of the Chinese F1 GP

Alonso made up for the disappointment at Malaysia with a China win (Photo: Ferrari)
Alonso made up for the disappointment at Malaysia with a China win (Photo: Ferrari)
F1 was back and the drivers were behaving themselves (kind of) this weekend, though Red Bull still dominated the headlines. We take a look back at the race
Vettel vs Webber – SniffPetrol went nice with one of their Tweets. Many weren’t
Looking further back, Charles Pic was showing some of the form from last year that surprised. It’s not all about the front guys
The race and qualifying was all about tyres. We don’t share this sentiment but you have to wonder if there is so much talk about tyres, if it will do brand damage. Still more fun than the Bridgestones that were as durable as a rock
F1 always figures out everything, which is why things must continually change (we would like tech changes, rather than sporting changes but, who are we to say?)
Rumours were about that Webber was off to Porsche after a tough race. His move on Vergne wasn’t smart
And of course, the memes came
But it all went wrong after a pit stop – you need 4 wheels and tyres on the car, something Red Bull got too – straight away with some more staff training
In the end, the fight at the front was pretty good, especially if you are a Ferrari fan
And you’ll be hard pressed to find a better picture than this
And finally, your point scorers

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