Judging by his expression on the above image, taken from the podium of the German Grand Prix, you would think Lewis Hamilton is a man desperate for a clean weekend.
The 2008 world champion, however, has revealed that he likes to do things the hard way after charging from 20th on the grid to a comfortable podium finish at Hockenheim.
Hamilton made contact with Jenson Button, his former McLaren teammate, during his recovery drive, with the latter initially left unhappy with the former's manoeuvre.
Button eventually withdrew his comments, but Felipe Massa was in no mood to do so, having retired on the first lap for the second consecutive race.
The Williams driver rolled at the first corner after tangling with Kevin Magnussen, with Massa bemoaning the attitude of young drivers.
The kids aren't all bad, according to Fernando Alonso, who has commended Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo after a stunning start to 2014.
The same cannot be said, though, of Kimi Raikkonen's season so far, although the "Iceman" has explained how the Ferrari is slowly beginning to suit his style.
Here's this week's roundup.