The Monaco weekend has already started so here are the results from Spain, which just about avoids being voted as the worst race of the year so far despite only six tenths separating the top two and Vettel pulling off a few nice overtakes.
Australia pretty much gets 7/10 by default thanks to it being the first race. I haven't seen yesterday's race yet so I can't comment on where I think it should slot in, but it's currently ever so slightly ahead of Australia on tiebreaks in the poll.
Monaco just about sees off Australia in to second place but I had to go to the second decimal place in the mean to find the winner (the main score is the median and scores in brackets are mean to 1 decimal place/mode/mean to 2 decimal places for those interested).
Sorry for the late update but I've only just found the time to do this. Austria ends up mid-table after an intriguing qualifying with Williams coming out on top ends up with a pretty comfortable one-two for Mercedes nevertheless.
Hungary gave us an absolute cracker of a race with a wet start and three or four drivers that could have won it at the end and it steals the top spot from Bahrain! We now currently have exactly the same top two as we did last season, and it's two tracks that typically have a bad reputation for producing dull races! Can anyone knock them off their perch after the summer break?