Check out our gallery of the best images from the third round of the 2011 Formula One season in Shanghai, featuring,
Another German gurn.
A Spanish mullet.
A British mouthful.
Shanghai welcomes the Formula One circus to China in traditional fashion: with a gaggle of long-legged grid girls.
Not that everyone's interested - it's a hard life being a Formula One journalist!
Either the Chinese hosts have put on a typically artistic welcome ceremony, or Ferrari have devised a new strategy to stop the rampant Red Bulls winning another Grand Prix.
Maybe they'd be better off devising a new haircut for star man Fernando Alonso. No excuses, Fernando - that's a mullet.
Sebastian Vettel gets the third Grand Prix of 2011 underway from pole position, as he has every single race so far this season.
Sparks fly as team Lotus's Jarno Trulli and Heikki Kovalainen hold off the challenge of Pastor Maldonado's Williams.
Jaime Alguersuari forgets the number one rule of Formula One racing: four wheels are better than three.
McLaren's three-stop strategy sees Lewis Hamilton charge past Vettel to take the lead with four laps remaining.
Vettel's helmet obscured the German's facial expression at that precise moment but, here at Eurosport, we imagine it looked something like this.
Hamilton takes the chequered flag, and his first Grand Prix victory in eight months.
Suffice to say, McLaren enjoyed the moment!
There was a hero's reception for Mark Webber too, after the Aussie put in the drive of the day to steer his Red Bull from 18th on the grid to a podium finish.
In Malaysia, Jenson Button gave Vettel an eyeful. In China, Hamilton tries to give Webber a mouthful. Where will it end?
Hamilton laps up the applause from the Red Bull drivers, and moves to within 21 points of Vettel in the driver standings.