Not surprised regards to the Alonso thing. He's done it at Australia and thought it seemed odd how he retired there too.
TBH, while part of me feels sorry for him as he is in a dire car, the other part of me can't help but laugh that he left Ferrari because basically relations had broken down there and Vettel is really pushing that team on atm.
Of course, long season still to go, but really happy to see Ferrari really taking it to Mercedes. Despite the gap in Qually yesterday, I always felt they still had a good chance of the win, provided Seb could split the Mercs at the start, which is what he did.
Feel for Kimi again, having to pass Massa twice ultimately lost him quite a bit of time and any chance of a podium, which was definately possible today.
Overall, three races down, I'm really liking 2017 season so far