Could we see Romain Grosjean with another team in 2015?
Teams and Pirelli head straight to Hungary from Germany for the only European back-to-back race of the year.
Red Bull is not hiding the fact the Hungaroring meeting was about Ferrari's number 1.
Nico Hülkenberg lost his chance of points because of speeding in the pit lane, which earned him a drive through penalty.
Valtteri Bottas had his first retirement of the season, stopping on track with a hydraulic problem on lap 42 which the team are still investigating.
Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen was second with a two-stop strategy.
After the first ten races of the season, Fernando Alonso is on 133 points, third in the Drivers’ classification. Felipe Massa is seventh on 61.
Romain Grosjean drove a storming race, withstanding a drive-through penalty and a twenty second addition to his race time to finish in sixth position.
Lewis Hamilton and the Mercedes team enter the summer break with the Hungaroring victory. The Briton can now relax knowing he has clichéd his first Formula One win with the Silver Arrows team.
Lewis Hamilton's win was the 13th Formula One win for a Silver Arrow and the third victory in five races for the team that is on second position in the Constructors' Championship.
After a promising start in Q1, both drivers were unable to improve on their first option tyre runs during Q2.
Nico Hülkenberg missed Q3 by just three hundredths.
James Key: "We know it will be a very tough race in this heat tomorrow and we must wait and see how long the tyres last."
Teammate Paul Di Resta qualified P18.
Jenson Button: “I’m sure we can still have fun tomorrow.”
Fernando Alonso looked at his fifth place on the grid while Felipe Massa will start directly behind his team-mate on the grid, from seventh.
Kimi Räikkönen lining up sixth after a hot qualifying session at the Hungaroring.
Christian Horner: "To miss out on the pole by half a tenth of a second, demonstrates how close the grid is here."
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton stunned all at the Hungaroring with his final push for the pole position.
Renault Sport F1 describes some of the challenging turns at the Hungaroring
The 2012 Hungarian Grand Prix featured fewer overtakes (19) than last year's race in Monte-Carlo (23). At 610 metres, the run from the start to the first corner is the fourth longest of the entire season.
The final Formula One Grand Prix before the traditional Summer break will take place on the always challenging Hungaroring.