McLaren's Jenson Button once again proved to be the master of mixed conditions as he crowned his 200th GP with victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday. However Sebastian Vettel was also right up there and second allowed the Red Bull Racing man to further strengthen his lead in the battle for the F1 2011 drivers' title.

It was another action packed race with further misadventures for Lewis Hamilton, who missed out on a potential win, after a late gamble to switch to intermediate tyres failed to pay off and after also picking up a drive-through penalty for forcing Paul di Resta off track.

Below we have chosen a few drivers who we think shone during the eleventh round in the championship.

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Jenson Button:
Claimed his second win of the season and marked his 200th outing at the top level in the 'perfect way' [see separate story - click here].

Sebastian Vettel:
May not have won, but still second was very respectable and he now goes into the summer break with an 85-point cushion in the drivers' championship [see separate story - click here].

Lewis Hamilton:
Looked really strong to win at one point, but that rain shower in the final third of the race well and truly scuppered his hopes. Recovered to take fourth [see separate story - click here].

Fernando Alonso:
Another race and another podium for Alonso, his fourth in a row - and his fifth from the last six [see separate story - click here].

Paul di Resta:
Great drive from the Force India man and F1 2011 rookie to net seventh and his best result thus far.

Sebastien Buemi:
Bounced back from that five-place grid penalty and made up 15 places en-route to eighth [see separate story - click here].