Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes Ferrari did not show their true pace at the Hungarian Grand Prix on 30 July despite the Italian team recording their second one-two finish of the season with Sebastian Vettel leading home teammate Kimi Raikkonen. The Ferrari duo locked out the front row in qualifying and displayed impressive speed at the start of the race, but a steering wheel problem saw Vettel struggle in the second-half, which allowed Raikkonen to close in, while the Mercedes duo of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas also came into the mix. The German, however, held on until the end to extend his lead in the drivers' championship to 14-points, while Raikkonen provided the shield from Hamilton's late onslaught to finish second and help Ferrari close the gap in the constructors' standing.
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