The golden boy of British Formula 1 Lewis Hamilton scored another victory this weekend in Hungary, fighting off some tough challengers to take first place.
Winning in one hour, 35 minutes and 52.991 seconds, Hamilton took an early lead but felt the pressure of Kimi Raikkonen who eventually finished second.
At an official post-race conference, the McLaren driver said he had experienced some technical problems – such as his steering – but knew he had to "keep on pushing" to secure the victory.
And, responding to the other legal matters surrounding Ferrari and Mclaren, he explained how it had affected the team in the run-up to the Hungarian circuit.
"It would have been easy to lose focus. It’s been a bit of a downer on the team, but the great thing is that the team remains positive and the energy in the team still remains."
"I’m able to get in the car and do my job and obviously I know how to win races," he added.
The next race on the calendar is scheduled for the weekend of August 26th, when the drivers will battle it out in Istanbul.