The Hungarian F1 GP took place this past weekend and Ferrari proved a dominant opponent against the rest of the pack, particularly the Mercedes-AMG team.Both team-mates Sebastien Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen managed to qualify their Ferraris in first and second on the grid. They were followed by Mercedes-AMG team-mates Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton in third and fourth. Sunday’s race finished in the same order, although initially Mercedes had applied team orders for Bottas to let Hamilton through on lap 57 in order for Hamilton to try to overtake Raikkonen.Although Hamilton could get close to Raikkonen on the straight, it was not to be and so, on the last corner of the last lap, Hamilton let Bottas take the place back to finish third.Now the F1 circus will take a month-long summer break before returning for the Italian Grand Prix in Monza on September 3. Vettel still leads the championship with 202 points, followed by Hamilton on 188 and Bottas on 169.Meanwhile, the electric racing...

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