Formula 1's first racing visit to Mugello was, arguably, a success. The first few laps were incredibly messy, granted - and there's probably plenty of carbonfibre manufacturers rubbing their hands together with glee at the prospect of repairs - but the Tuscan Grand Prix felt completely unconventional.
The results table didn't entirely back that up, of course, and 20 Formula 1 drivers tackled an unfamiliar circuit for 59 laps with Lewis Hamilton coming out on top - but Mugello put on a somewhat madcap and zany F1 race that will surely stick out as a memorable encounter.
Curiously enough, for the third leg of the third triple-header of the season, there were a few new technical talking points to mull over throughout the weekend. Some have implications for the future and in development for 2021, but others were more pertinent to the unique challenge of Mugello, which manages to defy its compact and technical nature by being surprisingly rapid.