The inaugural race in Austin for last year's United States Grand Prix threw up a corker, and Formula One would love a repeat in the sequel.
Sebastian Vettel's iron-fisted grasp of F1 at the moment might be sensational and record-equaling, but a bit of a variety wouldn't hurt anyone.
Lewis Hamilton beat the German in a straight fight last year but that was in a McLaren. Can he do the same in a Mercedes? That's less certain.
Mark Webber could make a pretty good case for being the most likely to deny Vettel a record eighth win in a row (in one season), while the withdrawal of Kimi Raikkonen also places added emphasis on Romain Grosjean this weekend.
There's enough intrigue to keep it interesting for now, and while they are subject to change, here are the 10 likeliest winners of the US Grand Prix according to their odds*.
*Odds correct at the time of checking, thanks to easyodds.com