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Hungarian Grand Prix - 26 July 2015
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Daniel Ricciardo lifts his bottle of champagne aloft in a salute to Jules Bianchi before taking a hefty swig.
Lovely stuff. Lots of smiles, and lots of tears. Dany Kvyat raises his hand to the skies as he celebrates his first podium place.
Lots of Italy flags flying!
A spot of national antheming.
It's a quite quiet end to the day, with muted voices rather than too much exuberance.
What a terrific race that was.
Vettel makes a little speech about Jules Bianchi over the radio, saying he would have been part of the Ferrari F1 team sooner or later.
The Red Bulls of Kvyat and Ricciardo take the other podium places - and Max Verstappen does well to take fourth. Fernando Alonso is in fifth - and Lewis Hamilton after that dreadful race manages sixth.
Sebastian Vettel wins!
No further action for that Ricciardo/Rosberg clip - quite right too.
So Sebastian Vettel is still out in front, with Kvyat and Ricciardo lined up behind him.
Ricciardo is still the fastest man on track, back in third, albeit 30 seconds behind Vettel.
That Ricciardo/Rosberg incident is now under investigation.
Ricciardo's heading into the pits, Rosberg is heading into the pits - is Max Verstappen about to finish third?!
Ricciardo overtakes Rosberg - but clips his rear tyre as he goes through. Rosberg's racing on some shreds of rubber there.
Hamilton's back into ninth - there are definitely still points on offer, like his team told him.
Ricciardo is cutting into Rosberg's slight advantage - is he going quick enough to snatch second?
Carlos Sainz suffering a few power problems and he's being called in this lap.
Just two seconds separating those leading three cars at the moment.
This really is a thrilling denouement.
Another penalty for Maldonado - this time for speeding in the pit lane.
Hamilton apologises to his team - almost unheard of? - and they tell him there are still points on offer with a dozen laps to go.
Raikkonen reports that the reboot has made no difference. "We tried our best," respond the team.
And there's a penalty for Hamilton for smacking into Ricciardo, unsurprisingly. Drive-through coming up.
Ah, they're rebooting him.
Ricciardo records the fastest lap so far as Raikkonen pulls in to the pits and turns his engine off. Everyone is just standing around in the garage looking miserable.
Hamilton and Ricciardo are under investigation for that collision.
Hamilton is called into the pits!
Raikkonen's team apologise to him. They don't want one of those famous rants levelled at him over the radio.
Ricciardo has taken some real damage but he's still quicker than Raikkonen - he's into third.
That replay looks nasty for Ricciardo, a proper whack he's taken from Hamilton there.
Hamilton is wheel to wheel with Ricciardo and takes a clip! He's moving backwards, Bottas has a puncture, the Ferraris are trying to stretch ahead...
Right, the safety car is about to go in and we can get racing again.
"We think there is a chance we can win this," Rosberg's team tell him, explaining the problems that Raikkonen is having.
Those marshals are really struggling to get those lumps of carbon fibre off the track with their little brooms.
The Ferraris will want the real safety car to go away asap.
The actual safety car is out now. Hulkenberg's radio message to his team is just desolate: "Something just broke." His team sound puzzled: "OK, mate. But are YOU OK?"
Wowsers. Watching that replay, Hulkenberg's wing just falls off. Horrible to see. Kvyat behind him gets that debris right in his face.
Lots of debris on the track that once formed Hulkenberg's front wing.
Nico Hulkenberg is OFF the track, and ploughs into the tyre barrier. He lost his front wing before he went off - but he has his thumbs up and he's out of the car and fine.
And Alonso promptly unlaps himself as Raikkonen demands: "What IS this issue?"
Raikkonen reports a problem with his car. Oh noooo...
Alonso is lapped by Kimi Raikkonen. Those leaders have some real pace.
Hamilton's now only seven seconds behind Rosberg. Nico's team are telling him to go faster on these tyres that just don't seem to be working for him.
OK, we're over halfway there now. Are the Mercedeses going to force their way through?
Fastest lap of the race - Hamilton, now working his way through the back-markers.
Plenty of clear track and air for the Ferraris, enjoying the space and weather.
Hamilton is now just 14 seconds behind Rosberg, who's on medium tyres and stuck behind those Ferraris.
And Hamilton is past Ricciardo and into fourth.
Those Ferraris are looking secure in the lead at the moment, lapping quicker than the Mercs. Hamilton, Raikkonen and Vettel are all on the same softs.
Maldonado gets a penalty for causing that collision with Massa. Oh, Pastor, when will you learn?
Vettel on his fresh tyres records the fastest lap so far. He's six seconds ahead of his team-mate.
Ricciardo is trying to hold off Hamilton but that looks like it'll be a tough ask.
And Raikkonen is into the pits, and doesn't get that new nose that they took the time to add the actual transfers to.
Vettel into the pits! What a great stop. Smooth and efficient.
Hamilton is into the pits, and Rosberg is called in.
And Maldonado nudges Perez off the track, spinning him off. He regains control and resumes racing.
Kimi Raikkonen is apparently getting a new wing and nose. The mechanics are currently transferring the numbers onto the replacement, but reassuring Raikkonen, "The wing looks OK at the moment, it must have been a very small part." He replies, "No, it was a big part." The replay indicates it was the camera flying off at the chicane.
Raikkonen is pushing Vettel in terms of lap times - but Hamilton is the fastest man on track now.
Massa goes through his five-second penalty, and Hamilton is slicing through the field now as the traffic thins.
The pit stops are starting - Kvyat is quickly in.
This may be my favourite radio message ever. Dany Kvyat, voice sounding like a shaky Dalek, reports: "THIS CAR IS SHAKING A LOT."
And there's Hamilton, past Perez and into eighth.
Now Max Verstappen is throwing his toys out of his pram with HIS team-mate Carlos Sainz, who he says is holding him up. No teams are playing nicely today.
Rosberg is having a right strop over the radio. They're trying to tell him something about Raikkonen and Rosberg just snaps: "Don't tell me again. I'm trying."
And Hamilton's past Massa, clashing back wheels with him in the process.
Ricciardo - still intact after taking a whack from Bottas at the start - is urged to go for it now. He's in sixth and ahead of Kvyat.
Radio reporting that Merhi has had a problem with his head rest.
Now Kvyat and Ricciardo are having a little spat about whether the Aussie is being held up by his colleague.
Apparently Hamilton reckons Rosberg made two moves, rather than the one permitted defensive move.
What IS Hamilton talking about? There was nothing at all wrong with Rosberg's racing line there.
Massa is going to be lumbered with a five-second penalty.
Hamilton is stuck behind Massa and he's having a struggle trying to keep to any kind of line.
The track is covered in gravel where Hamilton lolloped off.
Ricciardo's going backwards.
Hamilton's blaming Rosberg for forcing him off the track. Hooray, this is what we like to see!
What is WITH the Merc starts at the moment? Vettel and Raikkonen are right through on both of them, and by Turn 4 they're in the first two places. Hamilton has locked up, veered off into the gravel, messed his tyres and is down outside the top ten now.
Go go go!
That poor man has had a bad enough weekend as it is.
Ah, aborted start due to Felipe Massa possibly being "out of position".
An aborted start, and we're off on another formation lap. Sigh.
Formation lap. I'm really looking forward to seeing what Daniel Ricciardo manages today after a great qualifying. Glancing down the grid, though, you have to feel sorry for those poor McLarens. What a sad sight.
I can't imagine how any of these drivers can concentrate on racing after that.
The drivers and Bianchi's loved ones form a circle on the grid, with all the crash helmets placed in the middle.
Handshakes all round on the grid as the family and friends of Jules Bianchi prepare for a moment's silence.
In case you missed qualifying, here's what happened.
It'll be a sombre day after this week's funeral for Jules Bianchi, and there will be plenty of tributes on cars and around the track.
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