Ferrari top brass followed on the heels of Hungarian Grand Prix winner Sebastian Vettel by remembering the late Jules Bianchi amidst its celebrations.

Bianchi was being primed as a potential replacement for Vettel's current team-mate, Kimi Raikkonen, and, while it was ironic that the Finn produced perhaps his strongest showing of the season prior to retirement, Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne was quick to recall the former Marussia racer, who last week succumbed to the injuries he sustained in the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix.

"We dedicate this victory to the memory of Jules Bianchi, a fantastic guy whom we all miss terribly," Marchionne said as the Scuderia basked in Vettel's second win of the season, a lights-to-flag run at the Hungaroring.

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With both Ferraris vaulting past poleman Lewis Hamilton, and Mercedes suffering another Budapest blunder, Maranello could have been celebrating a rare 1-2, only for Raikkonen's reliability to let the side down.

"Unfortunately, in the end, we were unable to celebrate a one-two finish which was within our grasp because of a problem with Kimi's car," Marchionne confirmed, "That's a clear sign that we must never drop our guard. We will continue to work on closing the gap to those ahead of us, but without ever ignoring the reliability factor. We will soon be pausing for the summer break, after which I'm sure everyone in the Scuderia will return even more ready and determined than ever."