The complete 2010 Chinese GP review

The complete 2010 Chinese GP review

An in-depth look back at a race in which Jenson Button led home a McLaren one-two in the rain, including every vital statistic you need to know from Shanghai

PRACTICE

Practice 1 - Friday AM

Perhaps it wasn't a massive shock to see the McLarens at the top of the times, given the straightline speed advantage the team's F-duct system gave the MP4-25 on Shanghai's vast blast down to the Turn 14 hairpin, but it was a little more surprising to see Nico Rosberg splitting Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton at the end of the 90 minutes.

But that's not what the session will be remembered for. It won't be for the fact that the Ferrari engine being used by Fernando Alonso expired before the Bahrain Grand Prix winner could complete a timed lap either.

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