Our regular ‘Hot Rod or Hot Dog’ columnist is away today, so instead of our usual run down of who’s had a good/bad day, Badger’s is asking you – our lovely readers who you think deserves to be crowned as ‘Top Dog’ after the Hungarian GP.  Here are our suggestions:

Mark Webber

As a rule, we don’t usually pick the chap on the top step of the podium, but Mark put in a super impressive performance today with a run of qualifying laps giving him the jump on Fernando (of course Vettel’s penalty helped too) – it could have just as easily been a bad day for Mark, but instead he goes into the summer break on top of the championship table…

Vitaly Petrov

He out-qualified his super fast team mate, had a tussle with Lewis in the opening laps (admittedly out-raced by the ’09 champion) and brought home the gorgeous looking Renault in an impressive 5th place – the best he could possibly have done.  His seat looks a little more secure now so he has to be in the runnings for driver of the day…

Rubens Barrichello

He took on Schumacher and showed the chap formally known as “the king of F1” how to do it, despite the the German very nearly driving him into the wall.  Everyone on twitter assumes his overalls may be in need of a wash after the incident, but none the less Rubens surely has a shot at being ‘Top Dog’?

That’s our top three suggestions, but who do you think should be top dog? (choose up to 2)

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