Lewis Hamilton gets Mercedes back on top in Formula one, by leading nearly all the way in the 4th Chinese Grand Prix. A mixture of champagne and a splash of bad blood appeared to cheer everyone up for the Brit. Nico Rosberg was second and later accused team-mate Hamilton of trying to back him up into the chasing Sebastian Vettel - a claim Hamilton denied. Ferrari's Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen were third and fourth respectively. Mercedes made it clear that they won't let Ferrari's win that took place two weeks ago in Malaysia dishearten them. The pre-race debate had all been about whether Ferrari's lighter tyre usage could enable them to overcome the better speed of the Mercedes, as it had when Germany's Vettel won in Malaysia two weeks ago. However, rather than the win, the debate which happened between the drivers and the crew members have created a controversy. The race came to an anticlimactic conclusion as Max Verstappen's Toro Rosso car stopped on the track towards the end and the drivers completed the remaining two laps behind the safety car. Hamilton, who led from pole position and controlled the race pace to Rosberg's discomfort. Hamilton celebrated his 35th career win, which is fourth in China that leaves him 13 points clear at the top after three races with the victory of the 4th Grand Prix. Unfortunately his teammate Nico Rosberg to later claim he had ruined his race by driving slowly. It was a disheartening weekend for Rosberg -- the son of 1982 world champion Keke -- and he allowed his frustrations to spill over for the first time this season. It did suggest that a theme is developing in this 2015 season - the Mercedes remains comfortably the fastest car, but Ferrari's better tyre usage will enable them to challenge and keep the champions on their toes.