OZ on the roof of the world again at the Hungarian GP

OZ on the roof of the world again at the Hungarian GP

Scuderia Ferrari recorded its fourth win and second one-two finish of the year, which are the 228th and 83rd respectively in the team’s history. This was Seb Vettel’s seventh win in red and the 46th of his career. For all those back in Maranello, this result was the crowning glory for the huge effort they have put in, which came at the end of a race that was anything but easy, even if both cars started from the front row.

Valtteri Bottas took the first run at Raikkonen, before the team opted to give Lewis Hamilton - faster at that stage of the race - an opportunity for the final 20 laps. The pair swapped positions and Lewis made his move, but despite closing to within DRS range, he couldn't pass the Ferrari. To honour the earlier swap, Lewis allowed Valtteri through on the final lap, securing P3 and P4, ahead of a charging Max Verstappen.

Scuderia Ferrari Teams and Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport pilots compete with OZ Racing made-in-Italy wheels, which deliver the highest performance and, at the same time, guarantee lightness, strength and record structural rigidity.