It took him 11 races, but in Hungary Heikki Kovalainen finally did what we all knew he was capable of and won a Grand Prix for McLaren.
Of course he was helped by some misfortune for those ahead, but you have to be in the right place to take advantage of such problems. And Heikki himself has known a few disappointments this year. Two qualifying penalties, that huge Barcelona crash caused by a wheel failure, electronic problems on the grid at Monaco that put him in the pit lane for the start - they all took away opportunities if not to win, then certainly to give him a far more respectable points total than the one he has now.
Most frustrating of all was Turkey, when a first corner touch from Kimi Raikkonen gave him a puncture and dropped him to the back. After that race, Ron Dennis and Martin Whitmarsh made it clear that had the race unfolded as planned, Heikki could have won.