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Horner and Brundle debate track limits
After revisions to the rules, Sky F1's Martin Brundle and Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner debate the pros and cons of track limits.
Alonso's birthday celebrations
Ahead of the German P1 session, the McLaren team surprised Fernando Alonso in the garage with cake and party hats for his 35th birthday.
Wurz surprised by Halo U-turn
Grand Prix Drivers' Association Chairman Alex Wurz was surprised by the FIA's decision to make a U-turn on introducing the halo for 2017, and thinks it's business ahead of safety.
Horner: Halo needs development
Red Bull Team Principal thinks that the halo safety device needs to be researched and developed further before it is introduced to F1.
Vettel: Nothing justifies death
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel had some strong words in response to questions over the drivers preferences regarding the introduction of the halo head protection device.
Hamilton 'setting bad example to kids'
Lewis Hamilton is setting a bad example as F1 world champion with his behaviour, according to Haas driver Esteban Gutierrez.
Drivers Press Conference - Germany
The Formula 1 drivers speak to the media ahead of the 2016 German GP.
F1 Report - Hungary Review
Natalie Pinkham is joined by Sky F1's Marc Priestley and The Sun's Motor Racing Correspondent Ben Hunt to discuss the all the major talking points from the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Priestley: Lewis the complete driver
Marc Priestley feels that Lewis Hamilton has matured this season and he is about as good as we've got in F1 in terms of the complete driver.
Clear: Selfless Sebastian
Ferrari's Jock Clear has confirmed that the technical hierarchy remains the same at the team, and has said Sebastian Vettel's contribution is both selfless and valuable.
Ted's Notebook - Hungarian GP
Ted Kravitz gives his analysis on the day's racing from the Hungarian Grand Prix at Hungaroring.
Hamilton not backing up intentionally
After finding extra pace when asked by Mercedes to speed up, Lewis Hamilton revealed he wasn't intentionally backing up Nico Rosberg and was managing his engine.
Rosberg clarifies quali pace
After finishing second in the Hungarian Grand Prix, Nico Rosberg again clarified the pace behind his pole position under double yellow flags.
Hamilton & Rosberg's tense exchange
In the post-race press conference, Mercedes pair Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg have a disagreement over double yellow flags.
Verstappen not fazed by Kimi exchange
Red Bull's Max Verstappen claims he's not worried about Kimi Raikkonen's comments about a possible double-move to prevent an overtake during the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Kimi left frustrated by Max
Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen was left frustrated after being unable to pass Max Verstappen, who was defending aggressively during the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Max and Kimi do battle
In a situation similar to the Spanish Grand Prix, Red Bull's Max Verstappen battled to keep Kimi Raikkonen from passing him and there was a collision between the two cars on lap 57.
Ricciardo on A League of Their Own
Natalie Pinkham went along with Daniel Ricciardo for his appearance on Sky's A League of Their Own.
Why does Vettel love to swear?
Ted Kravitz sits down with Sebastian Vettel to review his time in F1 and asks why he's started to swear so often on the team radio.
Hungarian GP - Extended Highlights
Extended highlights of qualifying from the 2016 Hungarian Grand Prix.