Kimi Raikkonen (P10, 1 pt): 7.5/10
Kimi Raikkonen was the big story on the morning of the race, when it emerged that he had lost his eighth place grid position due to the team replacing his front wing with a different spec to that used in qualifying. His enforced start from pit lane was just another blow to the Alfa Romeo team, which had already seen Antonio Giovinazzi demoted ten places to the back of the grid. But Raikkonen knows how to deal with such trials and his unflappable nature meant he simply got his head down and methodically worked his way through Sunday's race, somehow ending up with a valuable championship point after climbing all the way into the top ten. It might not have been the Iceman's flashiest drive of his long career, but it was still quietly impressive all the same and shows that there's plenty of life left in the old dog yet.