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Jenson Button said he was never going to pit for intermediate tyres during the late shower in Hungary.
Vettel lost out to Button’s McLaren but says winning was “not impossible” in Hungary.
Alonso had an eventful race in Hungary with a few off-track moments but survived for third.
Paul di Resta scored the best result of his career so far in Hungary with seventh place.
Buemi gained 15 places during the race and Alguersuari made it a double points finish.
Renault failed to score for the first time since last year after a fire on Heidfeld’s car.
Kobayashi made an unsuccessful attempt to do half the race distance on a set of super-softs.
Nico Rosberg was another driver left ruing a late switch to intermediates in Hungary.
Kovalainen diced with Renault, Sauber, Force India and Williams drivers before retiring.
Barrichello was in the hunt for points until he made the mistake of switching to intermediates.
Jerome D’Ambrosio caused alarm by spinning in the pits during the race.
Daniel Ricciardo showed good pace during the wet period late in the race.
Jenson Button became the 11th driver to start his 200th Grand Prix.
A video shot by a fan shows Nick Heidfeld’s race-ending fire and explosion in greater detail.
All the pit stop strategies, tyres used, lap times and more data from the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Pictures from a thrilling Hungarian Grand Prix.
Jenson Button scored a well-judged victory in ever-changing conditions at the Hungaroring.