Button Takes First Grand Prix Win
Button started from 14th place on the grid
Britain's Jenson Button earned the first Formula One victory of his career as he mastered changeable conditions to win the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Button drove superbly to slash Fernando Alonso's lead, and took control when the Spaniard retired on lap 52.
Michael Schumacher had been running in second place, but with three laps to go the German was forced to pull out as well after knocking into Nick Heidfeld.
McLaren's Pedro de la Rosa finished in second, with Nick Heidfield third.
A delighted Button, racing in his 113th Grand Prix, jumped out of the car to hug the rest of the Renault crew before climbing onto the podium as he became the first British Grand Prix winner since David Coulthard three years ago.
"What a day - it's been amazing," said Button.
"Coming through from 14th to win the race. I couldn't have done it a better way.
"But I have to thank everyone in the team - the strategy was spot on."
The victory was also Honda's first win as a constructor since 1967.
The drivers had to contend with tricky weather conditions at the Hungaroring, with heavy rain followed by bright sunshine and a drying track, making the timing of tyre changes crucial.
Renault got their changes right, to beat De la Rosa to the chequered flag by 30.8 seconds.
More to follow.