F1 Midweek Report - Hungary 2014

Team orders, surprise packages and more talking points from the weekend...

By Sky Sports Online.   Last Updated: 31/07/14 10:03am

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Anna Woolhouse is joined by McLaren Test Driver Gary Paffett and former Secretary General of FOTA, Oliver Weingarten to discuss Hungary and the 2014 season

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F1 signed off for its summer break in style last weekend, with Daniel Ricciardo taking the chequered flag after a gripping race at the Hungaroring.

Whether it be reversals of fortune, team orders controversy or just plain, great wheel-to-wheel racing - the Hungarian Grand Prix had it all. So it stands to reason that there's plenty to discuss in the latest edition of The Midweek Report and Anna Woolhouse is joined this week by McLaren test and reserve driver Gary Paffett and former FOTA secretary general Oliver Weingarten.

They'll be discussing:

- Whether Lewis Hamilton was right to ignore Mercedes team orders and let Nico Rosberg through 

- Ricciardo's performances in the first half of the season. Is the Aussie the surprise package of 2014 so far?

- The best and worst moments in the first 11 races

There's more besides so enjoy the show and, as ever, give us your thoughts in the comments section below.

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