The Azerbaijan Grand Prix was one of those Formula 1 races in which a lot of things happened, not a great deal of them to do with the actual racing.
The big talking point was the two collisions under the safety car between Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton. As it unfolded, I did think Hamilton didn't do the right thing by going so slowly coming off Turn 15, because he was continually complaining about the speed the safety car was traveling at and about tyre temperatures. So, to more or less stop seemed strange.
That surprised Vettel. After all, if you even breathe on the throttle in one of these cars the five metres between you vanishes in a millisecond. So, it was a big surprise for Vettel and led to him getting front-wing damage. Then the red mist came down, which is where things started to go really wrong.