It was a case of hats off and then hats on at the end of the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Hats off? Well, for the first time in my life, I actually found myself feeling genuinely sorry for Felipe Massa. And hats on? It was a thinking cap trying to work out what is going on with Kimi Raikkonen.
So, Massa first.
I'm always a great believer that if a driver is not standing on the top step of the podium almost every race, then he has to spend some time winning the media war if he wants to earn some respect in the paddock.