Lewis Hamilton on track at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton made up 20 seconds in 17 laps to deprive beat Max Verstappen to victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton in his garaged car at the 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix.

Championship leader Lewis Hamilton has set the fastest time in a rain-affected day of practice at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton in his Mercedes.

Ferrari suffered a double car failure to leave the way open for Lewis Hamilton to take his fourth pole position of the season.

The British Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features ESPN associate editor Nate Saunders.

Lewis Hamilton celebrates with the British Grand Prix podium.

Lewis Hamilton benefitted from a mid-race safety car to jump teammate Valtteri Bottas and pinch victory.

There is no other driver operating on the same level as Lewis Hamilton today. While the Briton has earned the benefit of a class-leading car and is obviously immensely naturally talented, it’s his insatiable desire to be the best — surely the point of any elite competition — that is setting him apart from his undoubtedly fast rivals.

Lewis Hamilton celebrates at the 2019 French Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton dominated the French Grand Prix to extend his championship lead to 36 points.

Lewis Hamilton drives out of his Mercedes garage.

Mercedes claimed a record-breaking 63rd front-row lockout at the French Grand Prix.

If you were monitoring that renowned bastion of reasonable and level-headed debate known as Twitter during the Canadian Grand Prix, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Formula One had folded overnight, never to be seen again among the ranks of top-tier motorsport.

The most important question now is how integral Ferrari’s flaws are to its 2019 campaign. Only with that answer can it attempt to lift and salvage what’s left of its season.