The morning after the morning before
So it's the morning after the morning before - when we saw two Britons finish in the F1 top 3 for the first time in donkey's years. We'll be hearing from the BBC team later this week as they get ready for Malaysia and Race 2, but in the meantime I thought I'd pull together some reaction and some viewing statistics.
In terms of the British press, we'd claim five thumbs up from the five main reviews. There are criticisms, of course, but you can read the views of our colleagues in the press and make your own mind up.
Here's the Daily Mirror view (and I did, of course, mean to say "Jenson Button"...)
"Slick" is the word in the Daily Telegraph.
And also from Alan Fraser in the Daily Mail.
On to The Times, who are even more positive about Jake's performance, though F1 fans may not agree with the 'b' word.
I can't find Charlie Catchpole's piece from The Sun online, but the headline is "Beeb are right on the button" and he says: "The Beeb's newly-assembled F1 team had good reason to feel pleased with themselves."
We were also very happy with the reaction from message boards like our own 606 - and Digital Spy, who've been running "BBC F1 coverage - the verdict" for some months with more than 5000 entries!
Finally to the audience figures - and they were pretty spectacular. The peak audience for the live race was 3.4m, significantly up on last year - though helped in part by the later start time. In the 0600-0900 timeslot, BBC One had a thumping 60% share of all viewing. Then a peak of 3.1m for the race re-run in the early afternoon; and a further 0.3m watching the highlights on BBC Three. That's not including all the viewing on the red button or our interactive services too.
So now over to you. Thoughts welcome, and we'll read them all before the next race.