Two races in, and Sebastian Vettel is still dominating - so much so that he has twice as many points as his nearest rival, Jenson Button. But if Sepang proved anything, it's that the races can still be exciting even if one man walks away with it ... and that Red Bull are not nearly as bulletproof as everyone expected to be. They can be caught, and so the early subplot of the 2011 season is to see who can do it first. The championship moves to China after a one-week break, and the end of the first flyaway leg of the season. Round III of the 2011 FIA Formula 1 World Championship is the ... 2011 UBS CHINESE FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX from the Shanghai International Circuit in Shanghai, China One lap with Jarno Trulli Seven-day forecast: Some cloud cover expected. Clear on race day. Low to mid-range temperatures (13-20°C) through to Sunday. Lap Record ~ 1:33.238 (Michael Schumacher, Ferrari, 2004) 2010 Results: 1st ~ Jenson Button (McLaren-Mercedes) 2nd ~ Lewis Hamilton (McLaren-Mercedes) 3rd ~ Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) 2011 standings after two races: 1st ~ Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull-Renault) ~ 50 points 2nd ~ Jenson Button (McLaren-Mercedes) ~ 26 points 3rd ~ Lewis Hamilton (McLaren-Mercedes) ~ 22 points 4th ~ Mark Webber (Red Bull-Renault) ~ 22 points 5th ~ Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) ~ 20 points 6th ~ Felipe Massa (Ferrari) ~ 16 points 7th ~ Nick Heidfeld (Renault) ~ 15 points 8th ~ Vitaly Petrov (Renault) ~ 15 points 9th ~ Kamui Kobayashi (Sauber-Ferrari) ~ 6 points 10th ~ Sebastien Buemi (Toro Rosso-Ferrari) ~ 4 point After the heat of Sepang, the circus moves to Shanghai, where temperatures are expected to be in the range experienced in Melbourne. Watch for people attempting a Sergio Perez-like one-stop strategy if they think they can get away with it. Although unpopular with the fans, the slightest threat of rain can turn a race at Shanghai exciting, as it demonstrated in 2010. While the race is on to catch Red Bull, there are a few moved further down the grid that get less coverage than the main players. Paul di Resta has now scored points in every race he has taken part in and has out-qualified Adrian Sutil twice, While Fernandes-Lotus was just half a second off the Q2 cut-off in Malaysia and Hispania Racing finally made the grid.