Six reasons Ferrari and Red Bull are back in the game

Six reasons Ferrari and Red Bull are back in the game

Mercedes says it's no surprise to see Red Bull in the mix in Hungary - and with good reason. Add Ferrari's ever-presence at the sharp end in 2017 and there's a genuine chance of a three-way fight on Sunday

Red Bull and Ferrari took a bit of a beating last time out at Silverstone, as Mercedes dominated the British Grand Prix and suggested it might be about to stretch clearly away from the rest of the Formula 1 field at last.

But despite his squad's most complete performance of the season, Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff sounded notes of caution about the rest of the season to come: "Our car is not always easy to set up. We have become much better at doing so. I would like to see Budapest, how the car works with a low[er] speed and high-track-temperatures track. Then, maybe, I will have a more complete picture."

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