Check out the last 10 race winners, polesitters and fastest lap setters from the Chinese Grand Prix.
The Formula 1 circus has arrived in China, where the drivers and teams face one of their toughest challenges of the season in optimizing their cars courtesy of the tricky corner combinations of the Shanghai International Circuit.
The 3.387-mile circuit has its place in F1 history assured thanks to being the scene of seven-time champion Michael Schumacher's 91st and final victory back in 2006. Two other World Champions, in the form of Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen, have also taken wins for Ferrari during the last decade.
Despite his infamous trip to the gravel in 2007, the driver with the best record at Shanghai is current title holder Lewis Hamilton, who claimed two victories with McLaren before notching up a further success for Mercedes in last year's race.
The circuit also holds happy memories for Nico Rosberg, as the German took his maiden Grand Prix triumph in China in 2012, as well as the first win in modern times for the Silver Arrows.
|Year||Driver||Team||Pole position||Fastest lap|
|2014||Lewis Hamilton||Mercedes||Lewis Hamilton||Nico Rosberg||1'40.402|
|2013||Fernando Alonso||Ferrari||Lewis Hamilton||Sebastian Vettel||1'36.808|
|2012||Nico Rosberg||Mercedes||Nico Rosberg||Kamui Kobayashi||1'39.960|
|2011||Lewis Hamilton||McLaren-Mercedes||Sebastian Vettel||Mark Webber||1'38.993|
|2010||Jenson Button||McLaren-Mercedes||Sebastian Vettel||Lewis Hamilton||1'42.061|
|2009||Sebastian Vettel||Red Bull-Renault||Sebastian Vettel||Rubens Barrichello||1'52.592|
|2008||Lewis Hamilton||McLaren-Mercedes||Lewis Hamilton||Lewis Hamilton||1'36.325|
|2007||Kimi Raikkonen||Ferrari||Lewis Hamilton||Felipe Massa||1'37.454|
|2006||Michael Schumacher||Ferrari||Fernando Alonso||Fernando Alonso||1'37.586|
|2005||Fernando Alonso||Renault||Fernando Alonso||Kimi Raikkonen||1'33.242|