After his Hungarian qualifying was cut short due to an engine fire, Lewis Hamilton - who now starts at the back of the grid - doesn't think he can replicate the drive he had in Germany and finish on the podium.
Lewis Hamilton suffered yet more misery in his attempt to overhaul teammate Nico Rosberg at the top of the F1 driver standings, when his engine caught fire in the opening qualifying session in Hungary.
After fielding numerous human rights questions, a defiant Christian Horner insisted that the press conference focus was all wrong, and such political issues should be addressed by Bernie Ecclestone and Jean Todt, not the teams.
Jenson Button goes in search of his third win at the Hungarian Grand Prix. The McLaren driver has found it hard to get to grips with his car this season but is optimistic of more success after improved finishes in recent races.