The 2014 Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix saw the first Mercedes one-two finish since the 1955 Italian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton dominated the weekend. He claimed pole, set the fastest lap and didn't just win the race—he led every single lap as well. In F1 such a feat is known as a Grand Chelem, and it was Hamilton's first.
Malaysia also saw Red Bull claw their way back into contention. Sebastian Vettel, who qualified on the front row, ran Nico Rosberg close for most of the race.
Elsewhere, Nico Hulkenberg produced an excellent drive to finish fifth, while a Lotus reached the chequered flag for the first time in 2014.
But it wasn't a fantastic weekend for Sauber or Toro Rosso.
Looking at reliability, single lap and race pace, here's how the teams currently rank.