Mercedes again dropped the ball at the 2014 Formula One Belgian Grand Prix. Despite having more than enough pace to secure an easy one-two finish, they were beaten by Red Bull for the third time this year.
Nico Rosberg said sorry on August 29 via his Facebook page, but sorry won't bring back the lost points.
Further back, Williams will be disappointed not to have been challenging for the win. Pre-race expectation had been that they would be Mercedes' biggest challengers, but Valtteri Bottas could only manage a distant third.
McLaren edged closer to Ferrari, Force India fell back a little and Lotus recorded their third double-DNF of the year.
Looking at reliability, qualifying and race pace, here's how the teams currently rank. Positions are relative to those in the previous rankings, published after the Hungarian Grand Prix.