Sebastian Vettel was voted Driver of the Weekend for the third time this year following his surprise Hungarian Grand Prix victory.
Formula One headed into the summer break on a high for the second year in a row thanks to an action-packed Hungarian Grand Prix.
The team radio airwaves were thick with recrimination during an incident-packed Hungarian Grand Prix – and one driver was involved in much of it.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix weekend.
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Sebastian Vettel has equalled Ayrton Senna’s tally of 41 grand prix victories – and he did it having started nine fewer races.
While both Mercedes drivers tripped up, Sebastian Vettel took an emotional victory which he dedicated to the memory of Jules Bianchi.
Pitting for soft tyres under the Safety Car helped Fernando Alonso take the team’s best result of the season so far with fifth – but Jenson Button rued not doing the same.
Ferrari were able to win the Hungarian Grand Prix because the rapid starts made by Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen allowed them to make the most of their car’s pace on soft tyres.
Did the decision to put Nico Rosberg on medium compound tyres instead of softs for his final stint cost him a chance to win the Hungarian Grand Prix?
Lewis Hamilton said the Hungarian Grand Prix was “one of the worst races I think I’ve had” and accepted the blame for his collision with Daniel Ricciardo.
Pictures from the 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix.
Nico Hulkenberg said he had little indication his front wing was about to collapse before crashing out of the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg said he “assumed” Daniel Ricciardo would make way for him when the pair tangled during the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Pastor Maldonado picked up more penalty points after being penalised by the stewards on three separate occasions during the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Hungarian Grand Prix winner Sebastian Vettel and the two Red Bull drivers dedicated their results to Jules Bianchi.
Sebastian Vettel won the Hungarian Grand Prix for the first time as both Mercedes drivers slipped up in an incident-filled race.
Lewis Hamilton extended his championship lead to 21 points over Nico Rosberg in the Hungarian Grand Prix, with Sebastian Vettel a further 21 behind.
Sebastian Vettel won the Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of the two Red Bull drivers.
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