Pretty good for a race that has no passing. Perez's kamikaze moves made for entertaining, if ultimately destructive, racing. Fo a while there, he was making Button and Alonso look like old men who were past it. I think it was sometime last season that I finally realized that Rosberg was a mighty fine driver trapped in bad cars. I'm glad he finally won his Grand Prix. Hamilton's no slouch so he's a good benchmark by which to measure Nico. Nice to see Sutil get some redemption. When's the last time Alonso was passed three times for position in a race? It's like he was asleep for Perez's dive into Nouvelle. I was wondering if he was resigned to finishing sixth and going through he motions, perhaps lost his alertness? Seems to me his late turn-in style cost him Rascasse and the hairpin to Button and Sutil. Very unusual and very costly for points. What bugs me about the broadcast on US TV is that they treat every race like it's the first one Americans have ever seen. Matchett, who's pedantic at the best of times, goes over the same damn rules every single time. Leigh Diffey kindly explained to us n00bs that each circuit is broken into three parts. Actually, Diffey shouted it, because that's how he talks. I use my mute button a fair amount. Good thing I set the DVR for 3 hours. Barely got the whole race. If you miss the race, NBC Sports Channel always airs a rerun the next day. It's on on Monday at 11:30pm.