A fired-up Mark Webber won the British Grand Prix for Red Bull after a storming start that turned the tables on his teammate Sebastian Vettel.
The victory put a smile on the Australian's face after having to give his car's front wing to the German on Saturday in a controversy that left Red Bull facing accusations of favouritism.
Webber made his feelings clear as he took the chequered flag, telling the team over the radio: "Not bad for a number two driver". Vetel, who found himself at the back of the field after the first lap having started on pole, recovered to finish 7th.
Lewis Hamilton produced a fighting second place finish for McLaren, 1.3 seconds behind Webber, to extend his championship lead over team mate Jenson Button to 12 points, with Webber another 5 points adrift in third place.
Germany's Nico Rosberg was third for Mercedes and world champion Button fourth.