Drivers and fans were left frustrated and bored as weather conditions forced organisers to cancel FP2. Visibility in Shanghai was poor and, like in FP1, the air ambulance would have been unable to land at the local hospital in the case of an emergency. The drive to the hospital would have been over an hour, meaning the risk if a serious incident were to occur was too high. Unlike FP1, there was no brief spell of good visibility, meaning the red flags remained on track for the entire 90 minute session. Lewis Hamilton was the only driver to get on track, though not in his Mercedes. The Brit crossed the track by foot to meet fans in the grandstands. For more Formula One news and discussions head over to the RaceDepartment Formula One sub forum and join in with your fellow community members. Do you think there should have been running? Should teams have done more to entertain fans? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.