Absolute complete and utter mayhem. What an unbelievable race that was. I don't even know where to start!
Mercedes clearly have an extremely fast car, and if they'd pitted as they should have under the 2nd safety car, they would have had an easy 1-2. Hamilton a little unlucky with the Albon incident as he was on maximum lock, but I agree with Martin Brundle that the penalty was fair. Hamilton will always beat Bottas over a 20-race season, but in this shortened season Valtteri might have a chance.
Red Bull will be gutted - Max didn't quite look to have the pace to match Mercedes before his retirement. Albon could have won the race, he seemed to have the pace on his fresh tyres.
Racing Point look extremely quick and will also be gutted to not get more out of this weekend.
So pleased for Norris, bit of a barge on Perez but a great drive and a well-deserved first podium.
As a Ferrari fan today was pleasing. We were better in the race than qualifying, and it was an outstanding opportunistic drive from Charles to take P2. Today is a case study of what I already knew and others seem reluctant to admit - he's clearly our number one driver. Vettel may well have been good in 2010-2013, but he really really isn't now. 10th place... out of 11. At least he finished ahead of a rookie in a Williams.
Poor old Danny Ric. He's starting to make Mark Webber look lucky. Ocon with a rather mediocre weekend in a car which looks to be reasonable.
As for the rest, Haas may have sorted out their tyre issues but the brake issues have returned! Alfa Romeo don't look great, certainly behind Alpha Tauri but at least ahead of Williams - who will also be gutted with Russell losing the chance of a point or two.
Can't wait for next weekend - sadly if they are reliable and don't make mistakes then Mercedes will walk away with the title it seems but hopefully we'll have some more unpredictability like that!