Sunday's German Grand Prix was arguably the 2014 season's most thrilling round so far - certainly the most action-packed, with superb slo-mo replays bringing out the best of Formula 1 2014-style. Hockenheim's race featured overtaking up and down the order, with cars regularly battling into (and out of) corners three-abreast.
Lewis Hamilton fought his way to the podium from the back row for Mercedes, en route taking no prisoners, while Turn 1 spectators were treated to a spectacular but ultimately harmless barrel roll after Mercedes-powered pair Felipe Massa and Kevin Magnussen collided as the field funnelled into the first corner.
To crown it all, a German (Nico Rosberg), starting from pole position in a Mercedes, won the race to consolidate his grip on the title, while serial reigning champion Sebastian Vettel placed a fine fourth to finish as best non-Merc runner. All this within seven days of Germany's stunning success on FIFA's pitch.