Hungarian Grand Prix Hungaroring, Mogyoród July 29-31, 2011

Total laps 70
Lap distance 4.381 km
Track Conditions Damp / 19C

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Free practice 1  July 29 - 10:00 local | 08:00 GMT | 09:00 BST
Free practice 2  July 29 - 14:00 local | 12:00 GMT | 13:00 BST
Free practice 3  July 30 - 11:00 local | 09:00 GMT | 10:00 BST

Qualifying  July 30 - 14:00 local | 12:00 GMT | 13:00 BST
Race  July 31 - 14:00 local | 12:00 GMT | 13:00 BST

  Pos Driver Team Laps Pits
1 Button GBR McLaren 70 3
2 Vettel GER Red Bull 70 3
3 Alonso ESP Ferrari 70 4
4 Hamilton GBR McLaren 70 6
5 Webber AUS Red Bull 70 5
6 Massa FL BRA Ferrari 70 4
7 di Resta GBR Racing Point 69 3
8 Buemi SUI Toro Rosso 69 3
9 Rosberg GER Mercedes 69 4
10 Alguersuari ESP Toro Rosso 69 3
11 Kobayashi JPN Alfa Romeo 69 3
12 Petrov RUS Renault 69 4
13 Barrichello BRA Williams 68 5
14 Sutil GER Racing Point 68 4
15 Perez MEX Alfa Romeo 68 4
16 Maldonado VEN Williams 68 5
17 Glock GER Virgin 66 3
18 Ricciardo AUS HRT 66 3
19 d'Ambrosio BEL Virgin 65 4
20 Liuzzi ITA HRT 65 5
water leak Kovalainen FIN Team Lotus 55 5
gearbox Schumacher GER Mercedes 26 2
fire Heidfeld GER Renault 23 2
water leak Trulli ITA Team Lotus 17 1

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Button doing his own version of Vettel's single finger salute, and Vettel congratulates him with "Happy 200th huh!" Vettel smiles as he shakes hands with Alonso, and he'll be pleased to extend his championship lead even further.

Button says "Hi Mum" to the camera before asking Alonso "How was it for you mate?" The response is pretty short, simply "OK".

Button puffs his cheeks and smiles as he stands atop the podium and the British national anthem rings out. He frowns at a rather odd trophy having lifted it above his head.

The champagne sprays on the podium as Button marks his 200th race start with his 11th victory. Sebastian Vettel looks pleased enough as his march to the title continues despite no win in three races. See what they have to say, and get the reaction from the rest of the grid by keeping an eye on the website, and thanks for joining us for the live coverage of another fantastic grand prix. Live commentary will be back for the Belgian Grand Prix at the end of August. Bye for now.

Lap 70

Vettel does his fastest lap of the race as Button starts his final lap.

Jenson Button points to the crowd and crosses the line to win the Hungarian Grand Prix. Vettel with another quick lap at the end of the race closes the gap to 3.5s, and Alonso comes home third.

Hamilton keeps it together to hold on to fourth, with Webber fifth and Massa fifth. Paul di Resta crosses the line with a highly impressive seventh place ahead of Buemi, Rosberg and Alguersuari.

Button wins on his 200th start and says over the radio "Fantastic going in to the summer break, let's come back and win them all"

At the back, Daniel Ricciardo beats both d'Ambrosio and Liuzzi to 18th place.

Button climbs out on to the top of the car and celebrates at the scene of his first grand prix victory five years ago. He runs around the barriers to celebrate with his team.

Lap 69

I may have spoken too soon on the Hamilton and Webber battle. A fastest first sector from Webber closes the gap to 0.7s. They're coming up behind the battle for seventh between Di Resta, Buemi and Rosberg too...

Lap 68

The battle for eighth is still going strong, with Buemi and Rosberg less than a second apart.

Webber has now dropped 1.1s behind Hamilton.

Lap 67

Webber still close behind Hamilton, and these two will be sprinting to the end on relatively fresh tyres.

Vettel responds to Alonso, losing just the one second on that lap. He has it under control.

Lap 66

It could be Vettel being cautious, or his tyres could be going off. He has been on them for 24 laps so far.

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