So it was, Mercedes one-two and it makes it a good story. It took the silver arrowed cars 60 years to score first and second past the finish line and this result alone must give them the honors they deserve. A faultless week end and a full dominance of the sport. What more can Niki and Toto ask for? A superb hat trick by Hamilton: pole, victory and fastest lap. Who can stop the Briton now? Rosberg is the name that comes to mind. Nico is the only driver in the field who has identical ammunitions to Lewis and the resulting competition with his teammate must be the only hope red Bull and Ferrari have to catch up with the German rivals in a short time. You may think that it is far too early into the championship to look at team strategies and whom should the Teams declare as the supremo leader, however I say that Red Bull have already made up their mind. Ricciardo made a great move at the start of the Malaysian GP, but has found himself with zero points again at the end of the race. With ten positions grid penalty in Bahrain, the Aussie should fall further back and for this he will be soon relegated as RBR’s number two. Ferrari are less cynical but equally aware of the suckling opportunity. Alonso was quicker than Kimi again even without making a not so blazing start. Fernando shows to be interpreting his F14T to a tee, able to squeeze every available tenth out of it. Raikkonen, on the contrary, is still too shy to make a notable move, confined to the back of the field, anonymous. I say give Ferrari two more races with identical leitmotif and the Maranello hierarchies will be firm in place. It is my opinion that Formula One is not made to pair two stars under the same roof. Amazingly enough this is the biggest threat Mercedes are facing now..