The Championship fight may be done and dusted.
Lewis Hamilton got the chocolates.
But don't for a second think there won't be any reasons to check out this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix.
Unless of course, you'd rather sleep through the 3am (yes, 3am!!) race start on the Aussie east coast.
If you're expecting Lewis Hamilton to begin driving like Miss Daisy, then you'll be sorely mistaken.
"My mentality for the last two races is to win – and I have not been told otherwise," he said.
"It is the best time ever to apply even more pressure – just because I can!"
Red Bull have some momentum to maintain after Max Verstappen's heroics in Mexico.
But can they inflict more pain on Ferrari and Mercedes?
Daniel Ricciardo feels he's got some unfinished business at Interlagos.
"I feel like I'm yet to get a really strong result here," he said.
"It's a bit like Malaysia. I'd never had a strong result there and then I won last year so I'm kind of hoping this weekend can give me something of a similar calibre."
Daniel and Max face off in a friendly Capoeira lesson in Brazil
Fellow Red Bull man Max Verstappen is hoping it rains after finishing third here last year.
"I had a good time last year and in general I've always enjoyed the track here," he said.
"I'm really looking forward to it, especially after the win in Mexico."
"We'll try to get on the podium again."