By 2009 Formula 1 standards, the Chinese Grand Prix was a relatively tranquil event - yet it still delivered a staggering maiden one-two for Red Bull Racing in difficult wet conditions.
Off-track, two FIA meetings dominated the headlines, as the decision to declare the disputed diffusers legal prompted many to accelerate their development, and Renault's Flavio Briatore to go on the offensive.
The other lingering story was McLaren's forthcoming World Motor Sport Council appearance, and whether the Melbourne scandal had any bearing on Ron Dennis's decision to relinquish his remaining involvement in the team he ran for nearly three decades.
The 2009 rules remained a hot topic too, as KERS usage dwindled to just the McLarens and Nick Heidfeld, and drivers hit out at the shortcomings of this weekend's super soft Bridgestones.
Hamilton sets the early pace in China
Button edges Rosberg in second practice
Rosberg fastest in final China practice
Vettel gives Red Bull first F1 pole
Vettel scores Red Bull's maiden F1 win
THE BIG STORIES
Dennis to announce future plans
Alonso slams 'ridiculous' tyre choice
Ferrari will not run KERS in China
Domenicali wants rows resolved quicker
Dennis: Decision not linked to FIA case
Whitmarsh: Hamilton committed to team
Parr clarifies Ferrari legality comments
Button hits back at 'bitter' Briatore
Briatore wants money blocked from Brawn
More teams ditch KERS for China
Ecclestone certain of new China deal
Alonso: Renault is back in the hunt
Brawn unmoved by Briatore's calls
Horner: Anything possible after victory
Ferrari not ruling out writing off '09