But after a dramatic final weekend before the summer break, here are the stats you have to see.
Red Bull's startling achievement
Verstappen's win from 10th on the grid is the first time he has taken victory from below fourth and only the second time in Red Bull's history the team had won from below the top six.
Daniel Ricciardo's triumph in Azerbaijan in 2017 was the last time the feat was achieved.
The race was the 50th Verstappen has led in his career so far, making him the 14th driver to reach the mark.
Verstappen-Hamilton partnership the best
The one-two for Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton means the pair are now tied for first in the all-time list for the most frequent duo on the top two steps.
Hamilton and Nico Rosberg also stood alongside each other on 31 occasions, whilst the Briton is also third on the list given his joint successes with Sebastian Vettel.
Hamilton continues to amaze
Hamilton's record-breaking career continued as the Mercedes driver surpassed Bill Vukovich for the most laps led at a single venue.
Vukovich led 485 laps at the Indianapolis 500 when the race was a part of the F1 calendar in the 1950s, but Hamilton's four-lap tenure on Sunday took him to 486 laps led at the Hungaroring.
Of his 16 races in Hungary, Hamilton has failed to lead on only two occasions [2010 and 2015] while he also recorded his 11th podium at the circuit.
P2 half-century for Hamilton
No-one likes to be second best.
But by finishing runner-up in successive races in France and Hungary, F1's seven-time champion has become the first driver in the history of the sport to reach the milestone of 50 second-place finishes.
Mercedes back on form
With George Russell holding onto the lead from pole until lap 31, Mercedes led more laps on Sunday than the rest of the season combined.
British bleak spell
With neither Hamilton, Russell nor Lando Norris taking victory, this is the furthest into an F1 season without a British winner since 2005.
There was no British winner that season despite the efforts of Jenson Button and David Coulthard for BAR and Red Bull.
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