Max Verstappen produced a brilliant drive to come from a P10 start on the grid to seal his eighth victory of the season at this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix – his first win in Budapest.
Verstappen made a good start, making his way up to fifth in the first stint, before recovering from a spin at the final corner to overtake Charles Leclerc for the win. Lewis Hamilton made his way up from seventh at the start, to seal a second-place finish – his fifth podium finish in a row.
Pole-sitter George Russell came home in third, ahead of the Ferrari of Carlos Sainz in fourth and Sergio Perez in fifth. It was another lost win for Charles Leclerc, who suffered from a stint on the hard tyre, forcing him to pit again, but was made to settle for sixth place.
Lando Norris finished seventh, ahead of his Alpine rivals Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon, in eighth and ninth respectively, with Sebastian Vettel rounding out the top 10.
There were no major incidents in the race, although we did see an early Virtual Safety Car after contact at the back of the grid in the start, and a late VSC after Valtteri Bottas retired from the race. We also saw a collision between Daniel Ricciardo and Lance Stroll, for which the McLaren driver received a five-second timed penalty.
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