Tamburello, Tosa, Piratella, Acque Minerali, Rivazza… forget Turn 1, Turn 2, Turn 3 and so on, it was just so great to see F1 return to the wonderful Imola for the first time in 14 years. The modern Formula 1 cars looked so big on the narrow confines of the beautiful, undulating Italian circuit, almost as if they have outgrown the glorious old place – but they also looked devastatingly fast. OK, overtaking was tough, as it always was at a track that was a much-loved regular host of F1 between 1980 and 2006. But still, the Emilia Romagna GP was packed full of intrigue, action and drama. What a shame then, like some of the other surprise races on this year’s ‘emergency’ calendar, it’s likely to be a one-off comeback.