In the round-up: FIA president Jean Todt is unmoved by claims Formula One engines should make more noise.
Notable posts from Twitter, Instagram and more:
Not a fan of the halo,may even may cause an accident in certain cases .The safety today compared with years ago is truly incredible.
— Nigel Mansell CBE (@nigelmansell) July 30, 2017
To be fair, the way Palmer avoided Ricciardo was really sharp👌🏼 #HungarianGP
— Giedo van der Garde (@GvanderGarde) July 30, 2017
Totally agree Martin, how dare an F1 driver have a personality and bring fun to a sport that sometimes takes itself way too seriously 🤦🏼♂️
— Jenson Button (@JensonButton) July 30, 2017
My point JB is that Fernando is not a comedy act under a podium full of Ferrari/Merc drivers,he deserves to be up there fighting for champs https://t.co/pqOoXFaEMH
— Martin Brundle (@MBrundleF1) July 30, 2017
— Fritz-Dieter Rencken (@RacingLines) July 30, 2017
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July on F1 Fanatic
A selection of F1 Fanatic’s top reads from last month which you might have missed:
- Vettel first, Raikkonen accepts second and Hamilton gives up third
- Berger takes final win in ‘a race I shouldn’t have done’
- Is Halo really as popular among the drivers as the FIA claims?
- How much safer will F1 drivers be with Halo?
- Halo is hideous but there’s a good reason why it isn’t going away
- Analysis: Is Vettel right about Mercedes’ “game changing” advantage in qualifying?
- Hamilton dominates at Silverstone as Ferrari’s fortunes deflate
- Villeneuve lucks out then lucks in for second Silverstone win
- Copenhagen’s F1 street circuit plan includes two bridges and a crossover
- Second win for Bottas raises prospect of a three-way title fight