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Summary

  1. Ricciardo wins, Alonso 2nd, Hamilton 3rd
  2. Hamilton ignores orders to let Rosberg past
  3. Hamilton fights from last to third
  4. Briton spins on Lap One after pitlane start
  5. Ricciardo passes Alonso & Hamilton in closing laps
  6. Rosberg 4th, Massa 5th, Raikkonen 6th
  7. Vettel 7th, Bottas 8th, Vergne 9th, Button 10th
  8. Hamilton makes daring overtake past Vergne
  9. Ericsson, Grosjean, Gutierrez out
  10. Hulkenberg, Perez, Kobayashi out
  11. Two safety cars after big crashes

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Lewis Hamilton didn't look overjoyed with his performance in Hungary, but it was nevertheless an impressive drive from the pit lane to third.

Hamilton said he was "very, very shocked" to be asked to move over for team-mate Rosberg. The debrief might get quite tasty.

But despite his failure to win - which is what he exists to do - the positive for Hamilton is that the championship deficit to Rosberg was reduced by three points to 14.

Can he chip into it further at Spa? You'll have to join us to find out. Enjoy the summer break and until next time, it's good afternoon from me.

Hopefully, the excitement of that race will tide you over for a while because it's a month before the next race.

Teams and drivers will give themselves a break over the summer before resuming at one of the world's great tracks Spa Francorchamps for the Belgian Grand Prix.

Join us from 08:30 BST on Friday 24 August for first practice, which is live across BBC TV, radio and online.

Trust me, today's race highlights cannot be missed. The race was epic. And the good news is, you've not got long to wait to watch it, with the show start at 17:10 BST on BBC One.

We'll also have video highlights online alongside all the news and analysis from the paddock. But if you're keen to find out more about the race,

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Al Jordan, via text: Hamilton having his fair share of luck after miserable run, Rosberg needs to develop a harder edge to push Hamilton into track positions.

Anonymous via text: If Hamilton had let Rosberg through when instructed, Rosberg would definitely have beaten him. Evidence, if needed that Mercedes are giving preference to the German

Anonymous via text: Mercedes team orders were ridiculous. Hamilton is fighting to catch Nico in the title race, to let him past would have made no sense. What happened to "let them race" ?

Former F1 driver Mark Webber: Great tactics from @redbullracing and another faultless drive by @danielricciardo spot on. proud Aussie.

Both Force Indias retired for the first time since the 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix. Nico Hulkenberg's race was ended when he was taken out by team-mate Sergio Perez.

Mexican Perez then saw his race end in the wall when he spun coming out of the final corner.

It was all going so well for Jean-Eric Vergne, when he ran as high as second, but the Frenchman faded in the Toro Rosso and eventually finished ninth on his 50th grand prix start.

Sebastian Vettel
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Sebastian Vettel had looked in good shape to contend for the win early on, as he sat third. But he lost out when the first safety car came out and from then on was fighting to salvage something from his afternoon.

The German crossed the line seventh, meaning he has still never won in Hungary in eight visits. He has also now been beaten by Ricciardo nine times in 11 races.

Allan McNish

BBC Radio 5 live analyst

"That was one heck of a race. #NoVoiceLeft"

Nico Rosberg spent eight laps behind Lewis Hamilton and will have lost a bunch of time. Had he got past Hamilton, he may well have won the race, having finished just six seconds behind winner Daniel Ricciardo.

However, there is the argument that if he couldn't overtake Hamilton himself, he didn't deserve to win the race. This is racing after all.

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Saif Ahmed: Amazing drive from @alo_oficial! He now holds the record for consecutive races finished in the points for 27 races and counting #bbcf1 #F1

Chris Morrison: Probably the most entertaining GP so far this season it had everything great race for @danielricciardo @alo_oficial @LewisHamilton

Ashley Wilkinson: It's all well & good Rosberg moaning, but he struggled past Vergne, Lewis didn't. He couldn't pass Lewis on faster tyres, twice.

It is the first time that Kimi Raikkonen has failed to finish on the podium in Hungary since 2006, but it was still his best performance - and result - of the season. The Finn ended up sixth, after a brilliant fight through the field from 16th. He also had a great wheel-to-wheel battle with Sebastian Vettel, coming out on top.

Nico Rosberg's fourth place is his lowest classified race finish of the year and he retains his record of still never having finished on the podium in Hungary. The German has also still never won back-to-back races in his F1 career, something his father Keke never managed either.

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Wendy S, via text: Great racing today. Well done Daniel a future world champ. A huge cheer to Kimi also...hope his misfortunes now behind him!!

Phil in Wrexham, via text: That was a frankly outrageous call (of team orders) by Mercedes and Lewis should take that as a forewarning as to where the team's loyalties really lie.

HUNGARIAN GP RESULT

1) Ricciardo 2) Alonso 3) Hamilton 4) Rosberg 5) Massa 6) Raikkonen 7) Vettel 8) Bottas 9) Vergne 10) Button

11) Sutil 12) Magnussen 13) Maldonado 14) Kvyat 15) Bianchi 16) Chilton

Retired: Gutierrez, Kobayashi, Perez, Hulkenberg, Grosjean and Ericsson

Lewis Hamilton
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Lewis Hamilton's 63rd podium is a new British record, knocking countryman David Coulthard off top spot.

Lewis Hamilton
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Lewis Hamilton has now had back-to-back podium finishes from 20th or lower on the grid. Will he have an easier afternoon next time out at Spa by having a smoother qualifying?

Fernando Alonso
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Fernando Alonso led more laps today than he has done in all of the last 24 races combined, such have been the long term problems at Ferrari. He is now the only man to score points in every race this season following Nico Hulkenberg's retirement.

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Few people could have got that Ferrari to within a few laps of victory, but Fernando Alonso did just that. It was a sensational performance from the double world champion to take second.

It's his second podium finish of 2014, the Spaniard completing the final 31 laps of the race on one set of soft tyres.

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Nick Pearman: What a drive by the top three, Ricciardo, Alonso and Hamilton! One of the best, if not the best race this season!

Vicky Sanderson: One happy Aussie, one very happy Aussie! Think that was a world champions drive- well done!

Patrick Hicks: Yet another amazing race. Ricciardo may have won the race but the two best drivers in F1 finished 2nd and 3rd

Jennie Gow

BBC Radio 5 live pit-lane reporter

Nico Rosberg
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"Not a happy man... @nico_rosberg still thinking about the last lap."

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By finishing third, Lewis Hamilton matches Sebastian Vettel's performance in the 2012 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as the last man to finish on the podium having started from the pit lane.

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Both of Daniel Ricciardo's wins have come after making a pass for victory with three laps remaining. The Australian had never previously scored a point at the Hungaroring.

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Daniel Ricciardo family friend

Reecho on Twitter: For realz this time....Our home grown champ... Well Done #Dan #F1

Nico Rosberg does not look happy as he conducts his post-race TV interviews.

DRIVER REACTION

Lewis Hamilton, who finished third: "It has been a pretty crazy weekend, a big thank you to the team they did a great job on the pit stops to help me today.

"The car has been fantastic but there were a lot of points lost this weekend. The brakes were very, very cold (at the start) and I was gone but I got going again and managed to push on from there."

Lewis Hamilton gets a huge cheer from the crowd, which has assembled in front of the podium. The Briton said earlier this weekend that this race is in his top three in terms of support from the fans.

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Fernando Alonso, who finished second: "I am extremely satisfied, it has been a tough season so to get a podium is always a nice surprise.

"We took a gamble to try to get the victory and we got very close, I am extremely proud of my drive and the team and very proud of the result. We need some crazy races to get a podium and we took our chances today."

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Race winner Daniel Ricciardo: "It feels as good as the first win, it really does. The safety car at first played to our advantage but the second one didn't really help us, but we got there in the end and I had to do the overtaking at the end which was fun.

"I am definitely going to celebrate tonight, party for a few days and enjoy a few days off. Then I will continue with the second half of the season and I can't wait for Spa but I want to thank the team for everything they have done to help me win my first races."

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Nick: How on earth did @alo_oficial drag that car onto the podium? He's got to be my driver of the day.

Noodles: Gutted for #Button, who knows what would have happened from being 1st if he was on the right tyre. Excellent race though.

Rich Carey: Fair play that was incredible. So close for Fernando. Ricciardo is different class, done Lewis on the outside. Proper racing.

Mercedes edge closer to the 400-point mark as they top the constructors' championship with 393. Red Bull are second on 219 while Ferrari move back into third on 142. Williams are fourth on 135.

Lewis Hamilton has reduced the gap to championship leader and Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to 11 points, with Daniel Ricciardo consolidating his third place in the standings, 60 points further back.

David Coulthard

BBC F1 co-commentator

Daniel Ricciardo
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"Never do the drivers stand on the podium without the hard work of hundreds of others and today was a real team effort, everything came together today for Red Bull and it was a great performance."

It's a proper trophy this weekend, not something red and brittle. Daniel Ricciardo hoists it above his head and takes in the applause.

THE TOP 10

Daniel Ricciardo
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1) Ricciardo 2) Alonso 3) Hamilton 4) Rosberg 5) Massa 6) Raikkonen 7) Vettel 8) Bottas 9) Vergne 10) Button

Lewis Hamilton shakes Daniel Ricciardo's hand as the Australian climbs aboard the top step of the podium before the national anthems ring out across the Hungaroring.

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Rachel T: ‏ What a podium! RIC, ALO, HAM - heroes!!!

James Shepherd: Ricciardo is supreme. Wonderful drive from Alonso. Fantastic stuff.

Reece Young: And. Breathe. What a race and what a drive from @LewisHamilton and @alo_oficial

David Coulthard

BBC F1 co-commentator

Daniel Ricciardo
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"Ricciardo is the real deal. If we had any doubts before Canada it was put to bed then but that was just superb. It was great driving, strategy and performance from that man. He is going to be sharing the podium with two class world champions but he is a breath of fresh air."

Win, lose or draw, Daniel Ricciardo is smiling, but today, it's just that little bit wider. He's a great ambassador for the sport.