Lewis Hamilton survived a tense last lap drama with a deflated and shredded tyre to clinch a record seventh victory in Sunday's British Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton finished ahead of his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas by more than three-tenths of a second.
Ferrari chairman John Elkann feels that the Formula One team hasn't been competitive due to design errors in the car this year.
Driving with exemplary concentration and aplomb, Lewis Hamilton controlled a tactical race from lights to flag.
Lewis Hamilton clocked a time of one minute and 13.447 seconds on his second run in final qualifying to finish just ahead of team-mate Valtteri Bottas as Mercedes reeled off their 65th front-row lockout.
Sebastian Vettel clocked a best lap in one minute and 40.464 seconds to outpace nearest rival and championship leader Valtteri Bottas of Mercedes by 0.272s.
More than 8,000 tests were carried out during the previous two weeks without a positive result.
Ferrari have been unable to compete with Mercedes or Red Bull this season and last Sunday their drivers crashed into one another on the opening lap of the Styrian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton said that a number of drivers wanted to stop the pre-race anti-racism gestures and that he feels some teams are not doing enough to show solidarity with the movement.
Max Verstappen was third for Red Bull, slowed by slight car damage in the final stages, ahead of his team-mate Alex Albon, who defended stoutly to finish fourth.
Sebastian Vettel started from 10th and was ahead on the opening lap when Charles Leclerc launched his attack, an ill-judged move that ruined the race for both men.
Lewis Hamilton delivered one of his greatest qualifying performances in treacherous rain-swept conditions.
Alain Prost rejected suggestions that Renault signed Fernando Alonso for marketing objectives, rather than his racing talent.
Ferrari-bound Carlos Sainz was fifth for McLaren ahead of an out-of-sorts six-time champion Lewis Hamilton in Mercedes.
Helmet Marko confirmed that Red Bull would not be able to offer Sebastian Vettel a seat next season.
Six of the 20 drivers remained standing during the protest before the start of the belated season-opening Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Formula One returned with a bang in a belated, dramatic and incident-strewn 2020 season-opening Austrian Grand Prix.
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and Red Bull's Max Verstappen had confirmed a split among F1 drivers when they said they would not take a knee on the grid, but that they remained committed to fighting racism.