We've waited a long time to see Fernando Alonso, Kimi Raikkonen and Michael Schumacher line up at the front of the grid together, so the buzz in the run-up to the British Grand Prix was quite something. Which of the three would get it right?
In the event, the race itself was a bit of an anti-climax, and even before the teams showed their hands at the first stops, Alonso appeared to have things well under control. Rather than adding spice to the battle between Renault and Ferrari, Raikkonen's presence actually served to spoil it.
Nevertheless, there was a great scrap for second place between Alonso's two main rivals, and while the Spaniard was pacing himself for much of the race, he wasn't that far ahead. And there remained the nagging question of how much closer Schumacher would have been had Raikkonen not been in the way for two thirds of the race.