Lewis Hamilton has hit back at suggestions he was wrong to ignore team orders during Sunday's Hungarian grand prix.
Niki Lauda, who after Hamilton's qualifying fire had cheered the Briton up over pizza, insisting with typical clarity that the driver was "right" and the German team "wrong".
"Lewis ignored it because he remembered before the season that we said they could fight freely against each other.
"That's why he did the right thing," the great Austrian told Bild newspaper.
Not everyone is as convinced.
The headline in the major German daily Welt claims Mercedes is the victim of "Hamilton's ego-show".
"With his disobedience, Hamilton...
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