The Autosport Podcast looks back at the Chinese Grand Prix, in particular the ramifications for the rest of the Formula 1 season.
Autosport Editor-in-Chief Edd Straw is joined by Stuart Codling and Lawrence Barretto to discuss a fascinating race, and what it tells us about the balance of power in the battle for the world championship.
While Lewis Hamilton won the race with relative ease, might things have been different had Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel not had the potential advantage of pitting for slicks under the early virtual safety car perdiod?
And what if team-mate Kimi Raikkonen hadn't cost him time and allowed Hamilton to make a break for it?
Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne's questions about Raikkonen are also discussed, which leads to a chat about the very early signs in the 2018 driver market.
There's also a look at helicopters, hospitals and Haas, as all the big topics of the Chinese Grand Prix weekend are discussed.