A Formula 1 fan reads a Hungarian newspaper outside the AEK Budapest hospital where Ferrari driver Felipe Massa is being treated after his high-speed accident in qualifying. The Brazilian is in a 'stable' condition
Formula 1 commercial rights holder Bernie Ecclestone enters his motorhome after arriving at a Hungaroring enveloped by a relatively subdued mood given the incident involving Massa on Saturday
The press gather around Ferrari's 'brand centre' at the Hungaroring as they await further updates about the condition of Massa, who had emergency surgery on Saturday
Pussycat Dolls singer Nicole Scherzinger prowls the paddock in support of boyfriend Lewis Hamilton, who starts in a season-best fourth position on the grid in Hungary
Two Formula 1 fans in the stands at the Hungaroring, which Button has described as "one big corner". F1 broadcasting legend Murray Walker calls it "Monaco without the houses"
With Massa in hospital, Kimi Raikkonen is the only driver racing for Ferrari at the Hungaroring. The Finn starts from seventh and is in contention for a points finish
Led by Massa's race engineer Rob Smedley, Ferrari engineers show support for their hospitalised driver before the race. Translated from Italian, the message means: 'Be strong Felipe - We are with you'
Using his Kinetic Energy Recovery System (Kers) boost button, McLaren's world champion Hamilton makes a superb start to the Hungarian Grand Prix
Renault's pole-sitter Fernando Alonso retains his position at the front, but Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel is hit by Raikkonen and slips from second to eighth
Alonso's race comes to a dramatic end after a disastrous first pit stop. His front-right wheel is not attached properly and comes loose, bouncing across the track in alarming fashion
Championship leader Jenson Button struggles with rear tyre problems at the Hungaroring. He complains to his Brawn team: "How is it so bad at the moment?"
Lewis Hamilton completes a masterful drive in his McLaren to win the 10th Grand Prix of his career, the world champion takes the lead after Alonso's first pit stop and dominates the race from then onwards
Jubilation from world champion Hamilton as he wins the Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of Raikkonen and Mark Webber to give his stuttering season a much-needed boost
Hamilton, Raikkonen and Webber celebrate after a race which opens up the championship chase even further - leader Button finishes in eighth while Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel retires
A dramatic day in Budapest has one more twist as Renault are hit by a one-race ban for sending Alonso out with a loose wheel - the team say they will appeal.