Flavio Briatore's remarks regarding diffusers, at least as delivered third-party by the Speed announcers, could in fact be taken as a sign of mental illness -- particularly when combined with other symptoms such as his hair style.
Other than that, another typical Asian GP for the season. Rain made it interesting but I shudder to think what would have happened had the weather been sunny -- we'd have been sitting through 3 more hours of endorsements and ads watching the cars go round on a track that is technically excellent, meets the latest safety standards, is easy to cover by TV due to layout and infrastructure, and is completely lacking in any historic context and thus any interest.
KERS need'nt be the fiasco it's turning out to be, IMO; it's just simpler and more efficient to not deal with something than it is to deal with it, particularly when so many other aspects of the car need attention and the rules now ban... testing, of all things!
Good to see a Renault motor up front, and better to see client cars outpacing works efforts. Keeps things interesting.