The first one that's springs to mind is Andreas Pereira. Elsewhere, I'd expect to see McNair and Wilson a little more than last season while I wouldn't be surprised to see Jesse Lingard involved at some stage in the season.
Hamilton on pole, Rosberg second. Both men went off on their final laps though.
The penalty system is ridiculous. Kvyat qualifies 8th and starts 15th after taking a ten place drop. Jenson has to serve a stop-go penalty because he can't take all of his 25(!) place drop, Fernando has a drive-through for similar reasons plus a change of gearbox. Meanwhile, Ricciardo has five seconds added to his first pit-stop because like Kvyat, he had a ten place drop, but qualifying 14th meant he couldn't fully take it.
Hamilton did the podium interviews, shook everyone's hand and vowed to come back for the next one. I fail to see what he's done wrong. His team has cost him a dominant victory but he hasn't publicly blamed them.
Lewis has had the reputation of being a spoilt brat. Sometimes rightly so, but today isn't one of them.