Lewis Hamilton claimed his first win for Mercedes in an action-packed Hungarian Grand Prix, where he led the 70-lap race from start to finish.
Kimi Raikkonen ended second on a two-stop strategy as he held off a late challenge from Sebastian Vettel. Kimi climbed above Fernando Alonso to second in the drivers standings.
Vettel was not pleased with his duel with Kimi Raikkonen. "I told Kimi I was not happy, but he was laughing. That's racing," he said after the race.
Starting tenth, Mark Webber drove a superb race to end 4th, ahead of two-time champion Alonso and sixth-placed Frenchman Romain Grosjean.
After five crashes in the last four races, Felipe Massa managed an incident-free Grand Prix, finishing in 8th, behind Jenson Button.
The Force India's had a torrid time in Hungary, with both Adrian Sutil and Paul di Resta failing to finish.
But it was Hamilton's race all the way as the 2008 drivers champion came home 11 seconds clear of his nearest rival.
The former Pakistani captain announced the news on social networking site Twitter.
Rahane says fresh faces have spurred India after Test defeats.
Boycott slammed England's team selection for ODIs and said there was a dearth of batsmen in the squad.
Christoph Kramer, 23, will never remember his own role in the title clash.
Suarez returned to say goodbye to his mates in Liverpool.