This weekend's Grand Prix was won by Ferdinand Alonso, who was in the quickest car.
The race was a fantastic triumph for Ferrari, who had recently spent more money than other manufacturers in making their car go very very fast.
British hopes were dashed when Jenson Button, of Monte Carlo, and Lewis Hamilton, of Switzerland, failed to be driving cars that were faster than Alonso's one. Lots of middle aged men were disappointed by Button and Hamilton's placing, saying that it was a shame they hadn't been given lots more money and faster cars to drive around in.
Motorsports experts say they "fully expect" the fastest car, which is made by Ferrari, to continue to do quite well over the rest of the season, with only occasional lapses when it either crashes or breaks down, giving the driver of the next fastest car a chance to win.
The Grand Prix was watched by over a billion people worldwide, much to the astonishment of their wives, who couldn't understand the appeal, "unless it's something to do with avoiding doing the gardening that they promised to do".