The Midweek Report: Episode 7

This week: Looking back at Sebastian Vettel's Canadian GP victory, discussing the latest developments in 'Testgate' and a possible 21 races in 2014.

Last Updated: 13/06/13 10:08am

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There was plenty to discuss after Sunday's Canadian GP, where Sebastian Vettel took victory to finally break Red Bull's Montreal duck.

However, the German's victory did not delight everyone and Anna Woolhouse is joined by former Force India and Williams engineer Dominic Harlow and experienced Formula 1 journalist Maurice Hamilton to discuss why some fans booed him on the podium.

Montreal also saw Lewis Hamilton and Paul Di Resta both vent their frustrations to the team, but what is it like to be the engineer on the other side of that message?

The testgate saga continues to rumble on and with Pirelli and Mercedes both summoned to face an FIA International Tribunal, just what might happen in Paris next week?

Tune in to find out what Dominic and Maurice have to say and, as always, have your say using the #F1REPORT hashtag!

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