Ferrari scored a one-two result in Germany that has really added some spice to the season and adds an extra dimension to the final eight races of the championship. Fernando Alonso he has put himself right in contention for the title by taking 25 points for his win in Hockenheim and for that to continue he needs to take some big points this weekend. If he gets the victory it would put real pressure on both McLaren-Mercedes and Red Bull-Renault.
Alonso can smell the opportunity of a third world championship and will be utterly focused on that. He knows a second successive win could be the catalyst for a renewed title challenge. However, from being around the teams at the Hungaroring it is clear Red Bull-Renault are more confident with what their package can offer than at any other point in the season. If their drivers are on top form I cannot see them coming away with anything other than a first victory in Hungary.
It could be either Sebastian Vettel or Mark Webber, but if I was forced to make a choice then I will say Vettel as he was impressive in Germany. Ayman Abdel Wahed is a commentator for Abu Dhabi Media Company's broadcast of Formula One races on Abu Dhabi Sports 2. ADMC also owns The National. Practice today is live at noon and 4pm on Abu Dhabi Sports 2.