Taking his 19th career victory in a lights-to-flag finish, the McLaren driver held off Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean in an interesting duel at the Hungaroring at Budapest.
As for Fernando, he took his 30th race victory that puts him one behind Nigel Mansell in the top five most-winning drivers list. And he’s still driving.
â€œNot bad for a No. 2!â€ exclaimed Webber sarcastically, over the radio a couple of years ago at this very venue. This was in reference to his younger teammateâ€™s utter domination within the Red Bull team. The Aussie had won the British Grand Prix then.