We discuss how Mercedes won the 2020 world championship and that chicken parma. Plus who will Sebastian Vettel replace at Aston Martin: the son of the owner or the other guy?

I review the action from the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix with Ben Edwards from Channel 4.

Lewis Hamilton seized the lead of the Formula 1 world championship with an emphatic Hungarian Grand Prix victory in Budapest. The Briton was totally unchallenged starting from pole, achieved with a new Hungaroring track record, and lapped all but the top five drivers on his way to the checkered flag.

Lewis Hamilton will start the Hungarian Grand Prix from his 90th career pole position after setting a new track record at the Hungaroring. Hamilton’s time of 1m13.447s beat the previous best time around the circuit, set by Max Verstappen in qualifying last year, by 1.125s.

Valtteri Bottas topped the FP3 leaderboard at the Hungarian Grand Prix while Red Bull Racing continued to struggle with setup just hours before qualifying.

Sebastian Vettel led the way for Ferrari in a very wet second practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix, while first session pacesetter Lewis Hamilton was among those who chose not to set a time in the saturated conditions.

Lewis Hamilton set an early dominant marker at the Hungaroring with a time sheet-topping FP1 performance at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

The Hungarian Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features Racer.com journalist Chris Medland.

Lewis Hamilton wins, Max Verstappen almost wins, Valtteri Bottas is cooked and Pierre Gasly is absolutely roasted. Ferrari also took part in the race but doesn’t deserve a mention.

Pierre Gasly in his garage at the 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix.

In Formula One, as in all professions, you know you’re in trouble when even your colleagues start making fun of you.