The reigning champion and leader of Formula 1, Max Verstappen, sealed his victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix this Sunday with a spectacular comeback from tenth place on the starting grid at the Hungaroring racetrack.
The Dutchman shared the podium with the British Lewis Hamilton and George Russell of the Mercedes team, who entered second and third respectively.
Russell had started from pole position, ahead of the Ferraris of Spaniard Carlos Sainz Jr. and Monegasque Charles Leclerc.
The race, thirteenth on the official calendar, began at 10:00 am (Argentine time) at the Hungaroring circuit and had 70 laps. It was broadcast live on Fox Sports.
Russell, with Mercedes, was the fastest in qualifying on Saturday and achieved pole position on an adverse day for the Red Bull team, which started with its two late drivers: Verstappen and Mexican Sergio “Checo” Pérez.
Behind Russell, the Ferraris of the Spanish Carlos Sainz Jr. and the Monegasque Charles Leclerc lined up.
The second starting line was completed by the British Lando Norris (McLaren) in fourth place, ahead of the Frenchman Esteban Ocon and the Spanish Fernando Alonso, both from the Alpine-Renault team, who started fifth and sixth respectively.
Seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) started in seventh place, ahead of his former Finnish teammate Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo) and Australian Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren).