Mercedes were defeated for the second time in the 2014 Formula One season at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg had started from pole, but an inconvenient safety car appearance put him on the back foot. Even then he should have won, but a couple of poor laps opened the door for Daniel Ricciardo to seize the initiative for his second win of the year.
Elsewhere, Ferrari scored only their second podium of 2014, while Williams appeared to take a step back in race pace.
And the less said about Force India, the better.
Looking at reliability, qualifying and race pace, here's how the teams currently rank.
All position changes are relative to those from the last set of rankings published after Germany, which are available here.