The 2014 Formula One season produced another great race on Sunday.
Silverstone was the venue for the 65th British Grand Prix of the world championship era. Lewis Hamilton won to breathe new life into the title race, but even his home win was eclipsed by events elsewhere.
Valtteri Bottas' run from 14th on the grid to second in his Williams was one of the drives of the season so far. The battle between the Ferrari of Fernando Alonso and the Red Bull of Sebastian Vettel provided lap after lap of edge-of-the-seat action.
McLaren soared, Force India faltered and Marussia showed they're closer than ever to the true midfield fight.
Looking at reliability, qualifying and race pace, here's how the teams currently rank.