The German Grand Prix marked the halfway point of the 2014 Formula One season.
Most of the talk going into the weekend was centred on the banning of FRIC suspension systems, and one major question in particular.
Would the ban affect Mercedes' dominance?
By Sunday night we had the answer. Nico Rosberg had cruised to an unopposed victory while Lewis Hamilton had recovered from 20th on the grid to finish third.
The running order elsewhere didn't seem to have been affected much either. Williams continued their excellent run of form, Ferrari continued to struggle a bit and Caterham were still last.
Looking at reliability, qualifying and race pace, here's how the teams currently rank. Position changes are relative to those in the previous rankings, published here.