- Red Bull driver takes victory with Lewis Hamilton second
- Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc finishes down in sixth to lose ground
For Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton and George Russell, packing the bags for Formula One’s annual summer break will be a joy: buckets and spades and doubtless a spot of Scandi-noir crime fiction hurled in with abandon. They carry the joie de vivre of drivers who will take a deserved rest after claiming the top three places at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Ferrari, however, might regard the holidays cancelled and consider just packing their bags to call it a day at the Scuderia after a woeful showing at the Hungaroring that has left Verstappen with one hand on the title.
Written by Giles Richards at the Hungaroring
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