German racer Sebastian Vettel took a surprise win in a chaotic Hungarian Grand Prix, as Lewis Hamilton came sixth.
The Ferrari driver’s win, his second of the season, came as a surprise and the German dedicated it to French driver Jules Bianchi, who died on Friday.
A minute’s silence was held on the grid for the former Ferrari reserve driver on the grid, his family was present.
Vettel said in French over the radio on his slowing down lap: “Merci, Jules. Cette victoire est pour toi.” (Thank you, Jules. This victory is for you).
He added in English: “You will always be in our hearts. We know sooner or later you would have been in this team.”