Most unexpected

The Hungarian Grand Prix once again threw the cat amongst the pigeons. A McLaren front row on the grid looked like a jolly good start, until Mr Massa smashed through it with an impressive and daring drive. A puncture for Mr Hamilton left him finishing in P5, and so it was left to the understated Mr Kovalainen to take the premier spot. Driver of the day has to be Mr Glock, who drove like the wind in his Toyota. Whilst Ferrari failed to get 2 cars round the circuit, their race pace was impressive, and perhaps that shark fin engine cover was useful after all. We await Valencia with bated breath.

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