Nico Rosberg has lamented yet another qualifying disaster for his team-mate Lewis Hamilton, saying he was hoping for a "gloves-off battle".
The Mercedes driver will start the Hungarian GP first on the grid after claiming his sixth pole position of the 2014 season - and third in a row - at the Hungagoring on Saturday.
That is in stark contrast to his team-mate Hamilton who will start at the back after his car caught fire before he could even set a time in Q1.
"Definitely that's been a pity for the team, not a good thing. We need to keep on working on that," Rosberg said of Hamilton's early exit from qualifying.
"I would prefer to be out there battling with Lewis....
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