Sebastian Vettel wins Hungarian Grand Prix to extend lead over Lewis Hamilton

Hungarian Grand Prix: Vettel grabs a crucial pole

Hungarian Grand Prix: Vettel grabs a crucial pole

The halo design forms a semi-circular barrier around the driver's helmet in the front half of the cockpit, protecting against debris without completely closing the cockpit.

The Brazilian complained of dizziness and underwent checks by medics, who actually gave him the green light to compete in final practice. Researchers took in various factors: car-to-car contact, car-to-environment contact and external objects, such as a wheel.

Meanwhile, Paul Di Resta, who was supposed to be in the Sky F1 commentary box as a replacement for Martin Brundle, who has a virus, was called up to the Williams team. "Nevertheless, it is how the drivers and the team operate". The manufacturer has yet to be decided, although several companies have been contacted.

In the aftermath of an incident-filled, but largely processional, Hungarian Grand Prix, in which Lewis Hamilton slowed at the final corner to give a podium finish, as promised, to his team-mate Valtteri Bottas, Wolff delivered an emotional explanation of Mercedes's racing philosophy.

Other safety devices were considered before the halo was approved by the FIA last week. "Over the winter, I think we were the team that made the least noise". Now you say, 'Sxxxx it, it still won them the championship.

The F1 championship resumes at the Belgian GP in Spa on Aug. 27.

He was returning a favor after Bottas had earlier let Hamilton overtake him in order to chase down the Ferraris of Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen, who placed second.

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"We believe (the halo) would have changed dramatically the outcome of the accident", Mekies said.

Wolff admitted he might live to regret the decision, obeyed by Hamilton, to give third place back to Bottas. "But knowing something is there that would help us is stupid to ignore".

While Hamilton and others have been critical of the halo's appearance, Vettel championed it.

"We drive in circles because we hope that it promotes our brand and makes us sell cars and it is a very long term project". There was a lot of talk about the new cars.

As usual, at a venue where overtaking is so challenging, the run down to Turn 1 after the start could offer Mercedes an opportunity to change the expected course of events.

"Doesn't look too good", Renault driver Nico Hulkenberg said.

After the problems of last year, when Ferrari failed to win a race and finished third behind Red Bull and Mercedes in the constructors' championships, things are looking up. He notched his fourth last year, the only time he managed it at any track in 2016. The truth is that if we miss out on the championship by those two or three points, everybody would say it is because of Budapest. "So I don't know why we need it". "The brain is more cut-throat and every point counts", he said. "I think there is a limit where it becomes too safe to be exciting. We could make the cars go 80 kilometers (50 miles) per hour and it would be boring".