The opening round of the second Formula E season had a bit of everything. There was anticipation aplenty, talk of history being made, and intrigue over the fate of one of the teams.
All the chatter beforehand was about who would be quick, who would be reliable, who would be efficient and who would struggle. The gap between the best and the worst could not have been starker, with the remaining teams occupying different spots in the chasm between.
From only 18 cars taking the start to the defending champion qualifying last, the Beijing ePrix generated plenty of talking points.