A look through the lens at the Chinese Grand Prix, the third race of the 2013 season

Fernando Alonso
Fernando Alonso holds aloft the Ferrari flag as the Italian team clinch their first victory since last season's German Grand Prix
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso
Ferrari's delighted pit-lane staff celebrate with their winning driver
Fernando Alonso
Race winner Fernando Alonso (right) and team-mate Felipe Massa power past Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton, who started on pole position
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The Chinese hostesses bring a touch of glamour to the Shanghai track
Kimi Raikkonen fans
For reasons not entirely clear, the home fans idolise Finland's Kimi Raikkonen and provided colourful support for the Lotus driver throughout the three days
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One of the track marshals, who are unpaid for their work, keeps a careful eye on proceedings on the pit lane
Jean-Eric Vergne
The circuit, which is around 20km outside of downtown Shanghai, was relatively remote when it opened in 2004 - but each year the city moves a little closer thanks to China's breakneck economic development
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Fans arrive at the circuit wearing face masks after a recent outbreak of the bird flu virus in China
Local fans attend qualifying
Global sport: These two local fans show their support for Ferrari's Brazilian driver Felipe Massa
Sebastian Vettel
Sebastian Vettel looks relaxed in Shanghai despite the row over him ignoring team orders to pass Mark Webber at the Malaysian Grand Prix continuing to rumble on
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Beer traders take their supplies into the circuit to serve the thousands of thirsty punters
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Red Bull's new pit-lane release light system had to be changed during the race because of a technical issue
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Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen, who eventually finished second, in action during qualifying

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