The Hungarian Grand Prix was brilliant fun. There was drama, excitement, surprises, controversy, crashes and a spectacular showdown. Anyone who tells you Grand Prix racing isn’t a great show is dafter as a brush. For a while it looked like Fernando Alonso might give Ferrari a wildly improbable victory, then it looked as though Lewis Hamilton might pull off an amazing pit lane to chequered flag win, as Nico Rosberg complained that Lewis was ignoring an ill-advised instruction. What were they thinking? Why on earth did they think Hamilton should move over? And then through it all came Daniel Ricciardo to record a popular and brilliant victory. The World Championship is tighter than ever. Wonderful.
– We say what we think about the idea of Flavio Briatore coming back to improve F1… and it ain’t pretty!
– JS remembers John Melvin
– We talk to Daniil Kvyat
– We look at ways that F1 can do a better job
– We remember Laszlo Hartmann, or was it Hartmann Laszlo?
– DT responds to criticism of the media by F1 team bosses
– The Hack remembers Felipe Massa when he was young
– Peter Nygaard and his team braved the elements to bring you their great photography
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