Raikkonen takes the blame...
Kimi Raikkonen is nothing if not honest. When he made an error during Friday's second practice session, the Ferrari star immediately owned up to his faux pas - albeit in his own inimitable style...
...and Grosjean doesn't
When Romain Grosjean spun his Haas in the same session, the Frenchman quickly made it clear where he thought the fault lied. Regardless, it seems the team got to the bottom of the issue - he went on to finish eighth in Sunday's race.
Kimi spots an opportunity
The successful Formula One driver takes every chance that comes his way. No surprise then that Raikkonen was as curious as the rest of us when he spotted rival Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes being dismantled midway through qualifying.
Three strikes and he's out
Two hits from behind and a third with the wall - no wonder Sebastian Vettel was angry after crashing out on lap one in Russia. And that was before the four-time champion discovered it was his Chinese Grand Prix nemesis, Red Bull's Daniil Kvyat, who had run rashly into his Ferrari's rear!
How ya like me now?
Everyone likes to be reassured they are doing a good job once in a while - and it seems Force India's Sergio Perez is no different. His pace was indeed good - at least good enough to secure ninth place and two points after 52 laps of Sochi Autodrom.