After years of his detractors saying it is the car that’s winning the World titles, Lewis Hamilton has levelled that one at Max Verstappen after the Dutchman came from P10 on the grid to win in Hungary.

Verstappen put in a charging drive in Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix having started 10th after a power unit issue meant he wasn’t able to do a final flying lap in qualifying.

Red Bull were able to change elements in his PU ahead of the grand prix, the reigning World Champion racing to the victory 10 seconds up the road from Hamilton.

The Mercedes driver says it is no surprise given the pace of the RB18.

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