The summer break in Formula 1 gives a chance for the teams, drivers and personnel to enjoy a bit of time off and refresh ahead of the final eight races of the season.
We're just sixteen weeks away from the last race in Abu Dhabi, after which we'll be saying a warm goodbye to the 2014 season. If the first eleven rounds are anything to go by, it'll be a classic finalé (even with double points) and should go down as a season to remember.
However, the break does give a chance for the kindling of silly season to ignite. This is the time of year when drivers are linked to seats here, there and everywhere. Frankly, it's car crash stuff: you don't want to watch, but you can't take your eyes off...
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