Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barichello completed another spectacular one-two finish for the Scuderia in Budapest, unofficially clinching the team’s 14th constructor’s championship.

Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barichello completed another spectacular one-two finish for the Scuderia in Budapest, unofficially clinching the team’s 14th constructor’s championship.

To the great delight of the entire Ferrari team, Schumacher and Barrichello secured the team’s sixth constructor’s championship in a row at the Hungarian Grand Prix. Leading from start to finish in an otherwise uneventful race, the German driver also used the opportunity to record an unprecedented twelfth win this season.

Starting from fifth on the grid, Fernando Alonso sliced through the BAR Honda duo to be in third position by the first corner; a position the Renault driver maintained until the race’s end.

Juan Pablo Montoya finished in a strong fourth position in his de-walrused FW26, ahead of his substitute team mate, Antonia Pizzonia. Ralf Schumacher’s stand-in finished the race in seventh position, gaining two points for Williams BMW.

Jenson Button’s team tug-of-war may have been in the news the entire week, but on Sunday he was forced to take the backseat to Michael Schumacher and his Ferrari. The Briton and his current team mate, Takuma Sato, finished the Hungarian hustle in fifth and sixth places.

Giancarlo Fisichella enjoyed an excellent race to take the final points position in his Ferrari-powered Sauber.

Mclaren’s Kimi Raikkonen and Jarno Trulli of Renault, pre-race hopefuls to provide some on-track entertainment, were forced to retire their cars on laps 14 and 43 respectively with engine and mechanical failures.