McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton powered to a dominant win at the eleventh round of the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday, ahead of Lotus duo Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean.
A thrilling duel developed on track between the black and gold Lotus duo of Raikkonen and Grosjean.
Grosjean impressed once again and was often less than two seconds behind Hamilton until the Frenchman was passed by Raikkonen.
But it was Hamilton who made a solid start and led for almost the entire duration except for eight laps of the race when he briefly fell back following his two tyre changes.
He claimed the flag with a total time of 1 hour, 41 minutes and 5 seconds.
In the meantime concerning Michael Schumacher, the seven-time world champion was forced to retire after 58 laps for speeding in pit lane.
Now leading the championships is Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, who finished fifth in Hungary, with 164 points.
Red Bull's Mark Webber sits in second overall with 124 points.
Round 12 kicks off in Spa, Belgium on the weekend of August 31.