The European Grand Prix at the new Baku circuit had all the ingredients to be a real dodgem-car race, but it didn't turn out that way. We probably saw the cleanest grand prix in a long time in terms of driving errors - but it also flagged up some problems Formula 1 needs to address.
The circuit has a good mix of fast and slow corners and wide and narrow sections, and it needs to be treated with respect otherwise you pay a heavy price. That's how it should be. The straights are long and wide, and with the DRS it's a bit like sitting at the side of a motorway watching the traffic overtake - which is not my cup of tea.
One of the main things that I believe needs to change - and this applies to most circuits, not just Baku - is the safety car line. This is the line at which racing gets back under way after a safety car period.