Another World Endurance Championship race, another walkover. Only this time it wasn't Toyota that dominated but Rebellion Racing.
Bruno Senna, Gustavo Menezes and Norman Nato swept to a one-minute victory for the Swiss entrant over just four hours of racing at Shanghai on a day when the heavily penalised Japanese cars were unable to race with the best of the LMP1 privateers.
The system of success handicaps introduced in LMP1 at the start of the 2019-20 WEC did the job for which they were conceived - to offer a chance to the privateers. But last weekend it didn't so much as give the drivers of the Rebellion-Gibson R-13 a shot at victory as hand it to them on a plate.