Red Bull and Ferrari took a bit of a beating last time out at Silverstone, as Mercedes dominated the British Grand Prix and suggested it might be about to stretch clearly away from the rest of the Formula 1 field at last.
But despite his squad's most complete performance of the season, Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff sounded notes of caution about the rest of the season to come: "Our car is not always easy to set up. We have become much better at doing so. I would like to see Budapest, how the car works with a low[er] speed and high-track-temperatures track. Then, maybe, I will have a more complete picture."
So far that picture looks a little fuzzy for Mercedes, and decidedly brighter for Red Bull and Ferrari, which were both miles off the pace at Silverstone.