With the shock waves of the crash between Sergio Perez and Felipe Massa still in the process of settling down, Romain Grosjean has offered some advice to the former on how to lose his reputation as a dangerous driver before it's too late.
Grosjean, having salvaged his own career, can now afford to act like a fountain of knowledge—but you would imagine his 2012-spec self would not have entertained one of the controversial rule changes which have now been confirmed for 2015.
On the subject of 2015, talk of McLaren's driver line-up for next season has refused to disappear, with the team linked to a move for one of their former drivers.
McLaren hope to return to the summit of F1 next year, and the same can be said for Renault, which aim to be over the worst of their power-unit troubles by the offseason.
Closing this week's roundup is the news that Force India will hand a race weekend debut to one of their affiliated drivers at Silverstone next weekend.