The lucky people in town might have visited the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall, or perhaps mooched about at one of the many dumpling stands while discussing the merits of the new deep water container port at Yangshan.
Team orders or individual brilliance? Which should come out on top?
Red Bull have admitted that they are unable to control their warring drivers, Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber, and have largely abandoned the concept of team orders.
The Italian legend pulled off a trademark comeback to finish second behind Yamaha team-mate Jorge Lorenzo last night ... are we finally set for an exciting season once again?
Like all right-minded people, you will have been appalled to see racing break out at Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton says the problems at Red Bull that came to the fore in Malaysia are down to them having a No1 and No2 driver.
OK, I admit that I don't get F1. I thought that it was all about the fastest guys winning races. But no, it's a team game stupid.
McLaren, one of the biggest names in Formula One, are having an awful time – but they are hoping their fortunes will change in Sunday’s Spanish Grand Prix, when they will have upgrades to both their engine and their car.
Fernando Alonso, returning to the track where his crash in testing three months ago led to speculation his career may be over, has thanked hospital staff for the treatment he received.
Lewis Hamilton is yet to establish himself as a great driver – unlike Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso and Jim Clark.