SAY WHAT?! Vettel's apology, Tsunoda's confusion and Russell's pole joy – The best team radio from Hungary


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The Hungarian Grand Prix weekend delivered excitement in spades, from Max Verstappen’s stunning victory to a hatful of midfield overtakes, Ferrari’s tyre woes and Mercedes making it back-to-back double podiums. But with strategy dilemmas amid the ever-changing conditions, the airwaves were filled with questions from some rather confused drivers.

Charles Leclerc managed a deft manoeuvre in the wet to avoid a crash, but Sebastian Vettel wasn’t so lucky and had to apologise to his team after crashing in final practice, while Verstappen cut an extremely frustrated figure when power issues saw him qualify P10 for the race – not that that hampered him much on Sunday.

READ MORE: ‘We made all the right calls’ says Verstappen, as he pulls off spin-and-win in Hungary to extend lead to 80 points

Daniel Ricciardo was relishing his afternoon’s work when he overtook both Alpines at the same time, but earned the ire of Lance Stroll when the two collided later on. Yuki Tsunoda was left confused by his spin, Fernando Alonso was frustrated with his team’s tyre choice and Lewis Hamilton enjoyed his afternoon as he rose from P7 on the grid to second at the flag.

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