Teams and Pirelli head straight to Hungary from Germany for the only European back-to-back race of the year.
The unpopularity of the Hockenheim race should be ringing alarm-bells for F1.
Two top teams have admitted they considered lodging a protest against Mercedes at the German Grand Prix.
Niki Lauda slammed the cars produced by Mercedes' grandee rivals in 2014.
Fernando Alonso: "Here in Hockenheim, we made a small step forward and even if that didn’t translate into lap time, it encourages us to keep trying to improve."
Nico Hulkenberg finished in seventh place and Sergio Perez in 10th.
Daniil Kvyat: "I suddenly lost drive and I then saw smoke and later flames in the mirrors."
Felipe Massa's race unfortunately ended early after he was involved in a first corner incident.
Jenson Button: “We expected more today”
Lewis Hamilton finishing in third position, gaining 17 places from the grid.
Nico Rosberg went unchallenged in Sunday's German Grand Prix at the Hockenheimring.
Niki Lauda has criticised Williams, in the wake of female driver Susie Wolff's Friday morning appearances at Silverstone and Hockenheim.
It appears that Fernando Alonso is less than impressed with Ferrari's plan for 2015.
Fernando and Kimi used both the Soft and Supersoft to be sure of making the cut from Q1 into Q2.