Hello Tuesday! It is Marilene here, back on daily duty having settled my internet issues. Just my luck that I had to miss the return of Ferrari and all that team order furore. On the bright side, there is the Hungarian grand prix to look forward to, and a small matter of rallying in Finland...
- Teammate rivalry is the theme this season. In a bid to ensure no such thing happens in its own team, Ferrari goes for the other extreme. Relive the action, have your say on the matter, read up on the latest updates, or have a look at Gavin, Lukeh, Leigh, Joe Saward, Mike Gascoyne, Adam Cooper, Christian Horner, James Allen, Eddie Jordon and Sidepodcast's take on things. Phew.
- For the slightly less controversial side of things, keep updated on RG's New Teams Championship, Sebastian's point system post, Scuberth helmets' rankings and Leigh's German GP weekend coverage.
- Twitter overload as everyone has to have a say on what happened. Rob grabs the top spot, Felipe is made even more of a villain , Force India plays musical tyres, Sakon is possibly even worse than feared and AUTOSPORT takes the next step to becoming completely digital savy.
- Which probably gave Christine a difficult time as she selected the Tweets of the Week, as well as when giving out points for her very own rankings.
- The Character Cup continues. Now that we are into the 2nd round, expect plenty more tight match ups (not that we haven't had one point wins already). Today's contestants are Vitaly Petrov and Nico Hulkenburg.
- In other F1 news, Renault is making it up to Petrov, former teammates use T-shirts to pass messages, Ferrari and McLaren are closing ranks (to oust Red Bull?) and the Hulk gets a visit from the girlfriend.
- Lots of other action on the racing track as IndyCar and NASCAR took their turns to shine on our live commentary section. Leigh has the basics covered for all newcomers.
- The big one is here - Rally Finland starts this weekend. Loeb, Ogier, Sordo, Solberg, Hirvonen and Latavala will all be gearing up for a win, but there is a wild card thrown in. Will Kimi Raikkonen make good on his incredible pace? Or will he once again crash out?
- Spain celebrates not only world cup, F1 and MotoGP victories, but also winning the Tour de France. Along with Rafael Nadal reigning as the tennis number 1, 2010 seems a good year to be Spanish.
- Yesterday was Janna's Sidepodversary. Yay to one whole year of commenting by her!
That's all for today. Have a wonderful Tuesday and see you around in the comments!