1. Hamilton 2019 vs Schumacher 1998: Which Hungary F1 charge was better?  Autosport
  2. Mercedes show their daring side to keep F1 thrill factor cranked up high  The Guardian
  3. Mercedes: Hamilton brake concern forced strategy "risk"  Motorsport.com
  4. Jolyon Palmer column: Formula 1's winners and losers so far in 2019  BBC Sport
  5. Need to have "complete faith" in your team says Hamilton  GPblog.com
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Hamilton’s dominance continues as new main rival emergesHamilton’s dominance continues as new main rival emerges

A new challenger to Lewis Hamilton’s F1 dominance emerges - The Globe and Mail

Toto Wolff says brake-management fears prompted Mercedes to take the 'risk' of swapping Lewis Hamilton to the two-stop strategy that helped him win Formula 1's Hungarian Grand Prix.Toto Wolff says brake-management fears prompted Mercedes to take the 'risk' of swapping Lewis Hamilton to the two-stop strategy that helped him win Formula 1's Hungarian Grand Prix.

A couple of rookies impress but it is a case of 'must do better' for two F1 teams as Jolyon Palmer assesses the winners and losers of the season so far.A couple of rookies impress but it is a case of 'must do better' for two F1 teams as Jolyon Palmer assesses the winners and losers of the season so far.

Jolyon Palmer column: Formula 1's winners and losers so far in 2019 - BBC Sport

“Get in there Lewis! #F1 #HungaryGP #HungarianGP @LewisHamilton @MercedesAMGF1”

Rick Astley on Twitter: "Get in there Lewis! #F1 #HungaryGP #HungarianGP @LewisHamilton @MercedesAMGF1… "

“Lewis is a complete Haminal in situations like this. Hammer man. 👍🏻😱 @LewisHamilton #f1 #HungarianGP”

Damon Hill on Twitter: "Lewis is a complete Haminal in situations like this. Hammer man. 👍🏻😱 @LewisHamilton #f1 #HungarianGP"

“Fair is fair but no worry @Max33Verstappen you make #F1 fun thanks and @LewisHamilton congratulations”

Tim Coronel on Twitter: "Fair is fair but no worry @Max33Verstappen you make #F1 fun thanks and @LewisHamilton congratulations… "

“🏁 What a race! Congrats to @LewisHamilton on another epic drive... erasing a 19-second gap isn’t easy no matter how fresh your tires are. Thanks to @F1 for having me step into their world at the #HungarianGP! https://t.co/vcmxPwgJDG”

Simon Pagenaud on Twitter: "🏁 What a race! Congrats to @LewisHamilton on another epic drive... erasing a 19-second gap isn’t easy no matter how fresh your tires are. Thanks to @F1 for having me step into their world at the #HungarianGP!… https://t.co/u6R69QezXN"

Ferrari’s quest to dethrone Mercedes hasn’t materialised this season, winless after 12 races and more than a minute off the pace in Hungary. Team Principal Mattia Binotto explained why.Ferrari’s quest to dethrone Mercedes hasn’t materialised this season, winless after 12 races and more than a minute off the pace in Hungary. Team Principal Mattia Binotto explained why.

Binotto explains why Ferrari struggled in Hungarian Grand Prix | Formula 1®

When the time came for Lewis Hamilton to pull out the stops in Hungary, the Mercedes driver was spurred on by an emphatic battle cry delivered by his team.When the time came for Lewis Hamilton to pull out the stops in Hungary, the Mercedes driver was spurred on by an emphatic battle cry delivered by his team.

Wolff: Hamilton spurred on in Hungary by father's famous words

LEWIS HAMILTON will turn party pooper in Formula One’s summer break and instead try meditation. The Brit, chasing a sixth world crown, loves nothing better than swapping the race track for the danc…

Lewis Hamilton to snub party lifestyle in favour of meditation during Formula One’s summer break – The Sun

Team boss Mattia Binotto said Ferrari's strengths and weaknesses are more exposed at slower and high down-force circuits, explaining why they finished more than a minute adrift of triumphant Lewis Hamilton at the Hungarian Grand Prix.Team boss Mattia Binotto said Ferrari's strengths and weaknesses are more exposed at slower and high down-force circuits, explaining why they finished more than a minute adrift of triumphant Lewis Hamilton at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Ferrari struggling on high down-force tracks, says team boss | Wheels24

Lewis Hamilton hopes to change his sleeping habits and shift to an even "healthier lifestyle" over Formula 1's summer break in a bid to recover fully from recent illnessLewis Hamilton hopes to change his sleeping habits and shift to an even "healthier lifestyle" over Formula 1's summer break in a bid to recover fully from recent illness

Hamilton plans sleeping-habit change to recover fully from illness - F1 - Autosport

Formula 1's managing director of motorsports and former Ferrari team boss, Ross Brawn, believes it's vital the Italian outfit takes the summer break to reset and co...Formula 1's managing director of motorsports and former Ferrari team boss, Ross Brawn, believes it's vital the Italian outfit takes the summer break to reset and come back stronger and...

Formula 1: Ross Brawn: 'Ferrari badly need a win to boost morale' - Motorsport Week

Nico Rosberg becomes a contender to Jacques Villeneuve's crown, but there was still plenty of love in the air at the Hungarian Grand Prix.Nico Rosberg becomes a contender to Jacques Villeneuve's crown, but there was still plenty of love in the air at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Pit Chat: Move over JV, Nico Rosberg is in town | PlanetF1

It was a hero-or-zero strategy call that won Mercedes and their star Lewis Hamilton the Hungarian Grand Prix, an enthralling race in which the King of Formula 1

Anthony Hamilton: Just tell Lewis: You can do it! | GRAND PRIX 247

Lewis Hamilton intends on changing his lifestyle during Formula 1's summer break, to ensure he comes back fully...

Hamilton breaks from F1 for 'real recovery', change of lifestyle | F1i.com

MAX VERSTAPPEN will have to wait another year if he wants to team up with Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes, according to Nico Rosberg. MAX VERSTAPPEN will have to wait another year if he wants to team up with Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes, according to Nico Rosberg.

Max Verstappen to Mercedes in 2020? Nico Rosberg drops stunning update on move | F1 | Sport | Express.co.uk

F1 managing director Ross Brawn says Ferrari "badly needs a win" to revive its spirit and prove to itself that it can be a championship contender.F1 managing director Ross Brawn says Ferrari "badly needs a win" to revive its spirit and prove to itself that it can be a championship contender.

Brawn: 'Badly' needed win only fix for morale at Ferrari

Formula 1’s Hungarian Grand Prix was a battle between the sport’s current great and the driver many expect to take his mantle at some point. Motorsport Week analyses...Formula 1’s Hungarian Grand Prix was a battle between the sport’s current great and the driver many expect to take his mantle at some point. Motorsport Week analyses the key elements fr...

Formula 1: Feature: Talking points from the Hungarian Grand Prix - Motorsport Week