The Hungarian Grand Prix was a corker, that’s for sure. There were many great performances up and down the field from Button and Webber’s drives through the field, Pastor Maldonado scoring Williams’ first points in 2013 and Lewis Hamilton’s commanding drive to secure his first win for Mercedes.
But for us, the TOP DOG for Hungary has to be…
He kept his cool, even when things weren’t exactly brilliant at the start and a podium didn’t seem likely. He was there when it mattered though, right up to the chequered flag ahead of the charging Vettel who, try as he might, could not find a way past the flying Finn who managed to pull off some stunning defensive driving, even on ancient 33 lap old tyres. Congrats Kimi, you’re our TOP DOG for Hungary.
Unconfirmed sources claim Kimi’s response to this news was “OK”.