It was another impressive weekend on the overtaking front, with plenty of intriguing battles and jostling for position during the Chinese GP - particularly in the second half of the race, which is when it really started to come alive.
Overtaking in these 2018 cars isn't easy and drivers have to work hard to perfect their passing moves. Sometimes, that means taking risks and we saw some brave, ballsy and dramatic changes of position at the Shanghai International Circuit.
Quite a few of these came from eventual race winner Daniel Ricciardo, making the most of his Red Bull's fresh tyres to pull off some remarkable moves - one of which was an amazing late lunge down the inside into the hairpin to jump ahead of Lewis.
Later in the race, he put in a brilliant pass on Valtteri down the inside into Turn 6. Valtteri defended robustly but Daniel found the room he needed, snatching the lead. It was undoubtedly the move of the race.
Valtteri's overtake around the outside of Kimi Räikkönen at Turn 1 ran it close, though. It was a gutsy and aggressive move that had us all on the edge of our seats at a decisive point in the race.