The 2014 'silly season' may be hogging the headlines, but arguably more important is the imminent battle for this year's world title.
After his dominance from pole in Hungary, many believe Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton is now a real challenger to Sebastian Vettel's clear points lead.
Vettel's Red Bull teammate Mark Webber, however, is not so sure.
"Lewis is always special in Budapest," the Australian is quoted by Auto Motor und Sport.
"So I wouldn't read too much into it in terms of how Mercedes is going.
"You have to look at how consistent Lotus is," said Webber, referring to the fact that Kimi Raikkonen is actually closest to Vettel in terms of points.
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