Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel clinched victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix. With the steering problems throughout the race, he held off his teammate Kimi Raikkonen to take his fourth win of the 2017 season.
Kimi Raikkonen crossed the finish line just 0.9 seconds behind Vettel to deliver a second one-two finish for Ferrari. Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas finished in the final podium place.
Lewis Hamilton finished the Hungarian GP in fourth. He was in the third position in the second half of the race due to a team order. As he was unable to catch Raikkonen, he had to allow Bottas to pass to give him his third place.
Red Bull drivers had a disastrous start with Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo colliding with each other. Ricciardo had to retire due to the damage to his car, whereas Verstappen finished fifth.
Fernando Alonso crossed the line in the sixth position, the best ever result for McLaren Honda in 2017. Alonso's teammate Stoffel Vandoorne also finished in the tenth position, and both the cars scored some valuable points.
Toro Rosso driver Carlos Sainz finished the race in seventh place. Force India drivers Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon finished in eighth and ninth respectively. With this victory, Vettel has pulled a decent gap over Hamilton in the driver's standing.
Vettel showed impressive pace despite facing steering problems. Raikkonen was also matching Vettel's pace but couldn't challenge for the victory. Hamilton failed to finish in the top three positions and now trails Vettel in the driver's championship.