Now I donâ€™t know about you but when I switch on the TV on a Sunday to watch the latest Grand Prix race that is exactly what I hope to seeâ€¦ yes a race!
So you can imagine my disappointment when Felipe Massa moved out of the way to let Fernando Alonso lead the German Grand Prix.
I donâ€™t think that anyone can argue that Massa received blatant team orders that favoured Alonso and influenced the result of the race, something which is frowned upon in F1.
If Alonso wanted the lead then he should have raced and battled Massa for it, a fight I think that everyone watching would have found exciting.
While the pace of the Ferrari cars were far superior to anyone else on the track on Sunday itâ€™s a shame that what could have been a fine one-two win for Alonso and Massa has been sullied in such a way.
Now Ferrari has been fined 100,000 euros for the breach of the rules, something that they are not going to contest.
But does this ruling go far enough? Should Alonso and Massa be disqualified? Or are team orders all part and parcel of F1?
For me personally I donâ€™t like to see this practice in an F1 race I want to see the best drivers go head to head and battle it out for positions and points, surely thatâ€™s what the sport is all about?
Plus I donâ€™t like to see one driver put over another Massa had every right to try and win that race and to have victory snatched from his in such an unfair way I thought was totally insulting.
If I could have my way then I would love to have seen Massa totally disregard the â€˜orderâ€™ that he was given because to see the pair of them together on the podium and in the press conference was excruciating as Massa looked crushed and Alonso just looked embarrassed.
But 2010 has been a season that has been dogged with problems between drivers on the same team, Webber and Vettel being a great example.
But of course there are two sides to every argument so how about the team order rule being thrown out of the window and use the two drivers to benefit the team, which is exactly what happened on Sunday?