Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2018 Hungarian Grand Prix weekend.
All three Ferrari-powered cars carried tribute to the Italian team’s former chairman and CEO Sergio Marchionne, who died last week.
Despite a couple of spins in practice, Marcus Ericsson out-qualified his team mate Charles Leclerc for the first time since the Chinese Grand Prix.
On a track which masked Toro Rosso’s power deficit, Pierre Gasly delivered a superb and badly-needed sixth place.
It was a frustrating weekend for Nico Hulkenberg: A fuelling error during qualifying cost him a chance to reach Q3, and he finished out of the points.
When the sun shone, Ferrari looked capable of blowing the field away.
But it rained during qualifying, and Mercedes swept the front row.
Fernando Alonso celebrated his 37th birthday on race day and delivered more points for McLaren with eighth.
Leclerc fell victim to a pincer movement by the Force India pair at the start.
Starting from pole position and with the Ferraris bottled up behind his team mate, Hamilton drew clear to take his fifth win of the season and a 24-point championship lead.
After a gruelling five races in six weeks the Formula 1 teams head into a badly-needed summer break.