Me, when Kimi suffered his tyre puncture with 3 laps to go.
Of course in the end, it could've been even worse, in the case of Vettel who suffered an even larger failure. Still, I shouldn't be surprised, Kimi's career has been riddled with bad luck. Shame as he drove a good race today and 2nd would've been a great result. Still, podium better than nothing I guess.
I think Ferrari are still in this fight for the World title, but since Canada, a lot of mistakes have started creeping in. Their pace at most tracks with Mercedes is still very close. Hungary I think will be better for them with the warmer conditions, but they badly need to win that race now before the Summer break.
Loved the battle between Max and Vettel, no quarters given on that Ricciardo recovered well from the back. Pleased for Hulkenberg on a weekend the Renault finally showed some good pace to 6th. Really need to sort their reliability out though. I mean, everyone knows Palmer will be gone whatever happens this season, but not having two reliable cars is going to screw any chance of a decent finish in the constructors.