Sebastian Vettel held off both Red Bull drivers, Daniil Kvyat and Daniel Ricciardo, to claim his first ever Hungarian Grand Prix win on Sunday. After being the quickest man in qualifying, Lewis Hamilton was slow off the line which saw Vettel sneak past him. It went from bad to worse for the Brit as he went off the track only to come back in 10th place.
The men from Ferrari, Vettel and Kimi Raikonnen, enjoyed a one-two lead for most of the race. The switch from a virtual safety car to an actual one saw Hamilton move up to fourth place. After the safety car incident, the world champion damaged his wing which allowed Ricciardo to overtake.
Five laps from the finish line more drama appeared when Nico Rosberg collided with Ricciardo and saw his tyre being shred. A brilliant race from Max Verstappen of Torro Rosso saw him claim fourth place ahead of Fernando Alonso of McLaren. Hamilton claimed sixth place ahead of Roman Grosjean of Lotus and team mate Rosberg.
Jenson Button of McLaren finished ninth and Marcus Ericsson of Sauber was tenth to complete the scorers list. From start to finish it was all about Vettel as he managed to claim his first ever victory at the Hungaroring.