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Wolff: Nico could have won
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff admits Lewis Hamilton’s decision not to let Nico Rosberg past during the Hungarian Grand Prix may have cost the latter victory.
'Lewis changes theme of fight'
Daniel Ricciardo may have taken victory in a thrilling Hungarian Grand Prix, but it was Lewis Hamilton's decision to ignore team orders and let Nico Rosberg past that dominated Monday's papers.
Lauda: Mercedes 'panicked'
Mercedes' Niki Lauda has admitted the team's pitwall 'panicked' in controversially asking Lewis Hamilton to make way for Nico Rosberg in the Hungarian GP, with the Austrian backing the Briton's defiance of the instruction.
'Second tastes like a win'
Fernando Alonso admitted his season-best second-place finish in the epic Hungarian GP still felt like a victory despite being denied what would have been Ferrari’s first win in 25 races within three laps of the chequered flag.
Hungarian GP - driver reaction
The 22 drivers have their say on an action-packed Hungarian Grand Prix where Daniel Ricciardo triumphed for Red Bull.
Button: We threw it away
An unhappy Jenson Button believes McLaren "threw away" their chance of a stronger result by misreading the weather in a topsy-turvy Hungarian GP.
Ricciardo not ruling out title
A delighted Daniel Ricciardo says the F1 title isn’t out of reach and that he can get even better in the second half of the season following his victory in a thrilling Hungarian Grand Prix.
The race in pics
Incident, overtakes and drama galore captured in high-quality imagery from the Hungaroring on Sunday.
Team orders row brewing at Merc
An unrepentant Lewis Hamilton has insisted he "did the right thing" in refusing to yield to Nico Rosberg as a team orders row brews at Mercedes following a breathtaking but contentious Hungarian GP.
Ricciardo wins epic Hungary GP
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo claimed his second hugely dramatic and unexpected win of the season in an epic and unpredictable Hungarian GP in which the wheel of fortune in Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg's title battle turned spectacularly.
Driver reaction - qualifying
The 22 drivers have their say on the action in Budapest where Nico Rosberg took pole and Lewis Hamilton made a firey early exit.
Hamilton to start from pitlane
Lewis Hamilton will start the Hungarian GP from the pitlane after his Mercedes car suffered catastrophic damage when it caught fire at the start of qualifying.
Rosberg on pole after Lewis woe
Nico Rosberg looks certain to extend his World Championship lead in Sunday’s Hungarian GP after claiming pole position in the wake of another qualifying disaster for the luckless Lewis Hamilton.
Hamilton's hopes go up in smoke
Lewis Hamilton’s hopes of victory in the Hungarian GP have gone up in smoke – literally – after his Mercedes car caught fire in the opening minutes of qualifying.
P3: Hamilton heads Rosberg
Lewis Hamilton once more set the pace ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in third practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix on Saturday morning.
Driver reaction - practice
The 22 drivers have their say on Friday's running in Buadapest where Lewis Hamilton topped both sessions.
Angry Horner turns on media
An angry Christian Horner turned on the media for persistent negative questioning over Formula 1 in a fiery Friday press conference at the Hungarian GP.
Vettel hopes Red Bull keep up
Sebastian Vettel is optimistic he and Red Bull can maintain the performance they showed in Friday practice at the Hungarian GP but wary that Mercedes will find more speed ahead of qualifying.
P2: Lewis's Friday clean-sweep
Hungaroring specialist Lewis Hamilton underlined his prowess around the twisty circuit by maintaining his advantage over team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg into Practice Two on Friday.
P1: Round one to Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton set the pace ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in opening practice for the Hungarian GP on Friday morning.
- Mercedes team orders row brewing after Lewis Hamilton holds back Nico Rosberg
- 2014 Hungarian Grand Prix: Paper review
- Toto Wolff admits Lewis Hamilton's refusal to yield may have cost Mercedes win
- Daniel Ricciardo says the F1 title isn’t out of reach following victory in Hungary
- Jenson Button rues McLaren's weather radar reading after slide down Hungarian order