I've not seen the GP yet, I've watched Friday practice and I've watched qualifying, and I've watched the first two (2) laps of the GP itself. I'll watch the rest tonight.
I admit though, I'm confused. Why another Asian GP? In a country with no history, when historic tracks are gradually being removed from the calendar? Strictly money then?
I don't see the point in yet another road circuit when MC is demanding, historic (as historic as any other event), guaranteed to provide drama, and the atmosphere is always exceptional as well. The course itself at SG would be fine if it were not on roads -- if we wanted a twisty Asian GP why not just go to Suzuka or something?
In their defense, the organizers at least didn't make a completely boring circuit like other "new" events on the same continent (think MY). It does have all the makings of a great GP and even of a great event. It's still redundant though in light of MC (granted, there's a regional US oval track event that overlaps with the MC GP sometimes as they are both run in late May, but I doubt any of the fans that would watch either and have the coin for a Merc or Ferrari or BMW won't have a DVR anyway).
Anyway, looking forward to the race.