Mercedes have flown out of the blocks in the 2019 Formula One season, leaving a grumbling Sebastian Vettel to worry over his Ferrari status.
Charles Leclerc was told to let Sebastian Vettel through in China, and Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto accepts he may not be happy.
Mercedes became the first team to start the season with three straight one-twos since 1992 after Lewis Hamilton led Valtteri Bottas home.
Mercedes are in the driving seat ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix, leaving Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari pondering their next move.
After "trying to be nice" during qualifying in Shanghai, Max Verstappen revealed his frustration with Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel.
Mercedes secured the top two positions in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix, Valtteri Bottas finishing ahead of Lewis Hamilton.
Mercedes are setting the pace in Formula One in 2019, yet Lewis Hamilton was not wholly pleased with his early performance in China.
Having started the F1 season with fourth and fifth place finishes, Sebastian Vettel knows he has more to give at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton has won the Chinese Grand Prix five times, while Sebastian Vettel only has one victory to his name in Shanghai.
Ferrari's start to the season has certainly not gone to plan, but Sebastian Vettel is hoping the Chinese Grand Prix will be a turning point.