Lewis Hamilton enjoyed a full clean run winning his eight Hungarian Grand Prix. He is currently tied with Michael Schumacher’s record for the most wins at a single track.
Verstappen didn’t only need to overcome a poor qualifying, he also crashed on his way to the grid. A great job by Red Bull made it possible for him to race. His team got the car ready with only 20 seconds to spare.
Lance Stroll spend a lot of time on his P3 grid position, but Bottas was able to overtake him. Making Bottas end up on P3 while Stroll got P4.
Alexander Albon ended up on P5, but his place is still under investigation. His team will need to report to the stewards after drying up Albon’s grid spot ahead of the race.
Vettel held off the second Racing Point of Sergio Perez in the final laps of the race, as the Mexican finished seventh, having started fourth, while Renault’s Daniel Ricciardo made a monster 42-lap stint on mediums work to take eighth.
Kevin Magnussen was able to take the first points for Haas this year. He pitted at the end of the formation lap to hard tires, ending up on P9 at the end of the race.
Carlos Sainz ends on P10 with a late-race perfect move on Lecerc who finished on P11.