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WATCH | F1 is teamwork: three times it paid off in Hungary

2020-07-21 09:45

Sean Parker

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The Red Bull Racing team bring a new front wing after Max Verstappen crashed on the way to the grid before the race at the Hungaroring. (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

• Lewis Hamilton romped to a convincing win at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

• Max Verstappen finished second after crashing prior to the start of the race. 

• There were some beautiful moments of teamwork captured at the race, we list them here.

It seems as if normal service has resumed in Formula 1 as Lewis Hamilton romped to victory in Hungary. It was Hamilton's third win in a row at the Hungaroring and eight the same venue. 

The win drew Hamilton level with Michael Schumacher as the only other driver to score eight wins at a single race venue, Schumacher's wins came at thee French GP.  

Red Bull's Max Verstappen finished second after embarrassingly crashing before the start of the race. The Dutchman's car's suspension was hastily repaired by the pit crew after.

The moment was captured by F1's Twitter account and posted on social media under the heading of 'F1 is teamwork'. 

Verstappen's second place finish ahead of Valtteri Bottas should be dedicated to the pit crew's magnificent work under pressure. 

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Another example of 'many hands make light work' was in the McLaren garage post-race as Lando Norris jumped on board to help the team dismantle the car. 

The team will return to their base in Woking, England as the season takes one week off before the next race at Silverstone. 

Norris wrote on Twitter: "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." - 3 long weeks for my team. Thought they could use a couple more hands."

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Haas hasn't had the best time recently, a war of words between team principal Gunter Steiner and driver Romain Grosjean over the future of the team didn't go down well. 

But there was a silver lining this weekend when Kevin Magnussen scored the team's first point of the season. The Dane's sterling effort towards the end of the race was capped off with ninth place. 

"P9, P9, Man! Those laps were amazing! Awesome Kevin. Awesome! P9!", race engineer Gary Cannon says. 

Magnussen, overcome with emotion, says: "How can you be so happy? About P9?! This feels like a win!"

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