Jenson Button won Sunday when he drove in the 200th Grand Prix of his career while Paul Menard recorded his first NASCAR Sprint Cup victory.
Button won the Grand Prix of Hungary in a McLaren-Mercedes to record his 13th career victory and his second of the 2011 season.
Menard, who was accused earlier this year by Tony Stewart of being a no-talent who had a rich daddy, won the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis in front of a larger-than-expected crowd - although the place was still about half empty.
In a highly entertaining Grand Prix, which started in wet conditions, dried up, got damp again and finally ended with the track dry, defending world champion Sebastien Vettel finished second for Red Bull-Renault and Fernando Alonso of Spain was third in a Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton, who drove an exceptional race after winning last weekend's Grand Prix in Germany, but who made a bad decision on a tire change and then was given a drive-through penalty for interfering with the progress of another driver - a questionable call - was fourth for McLaren ahead of Mark Webber of Red Bull.
Felipe Massa drove his Ferrari to sixth place and was the last driver on the lead lap. Paul Di Resta was seventh in a Force India, Sebastien Buemi was eight for Toro Rosso, Nico Rosberg was ninth in a Mercedes and Jaime Alguersuari was tenth for Toro Rosso.
Button, who excells in greasy track conditions (he won the Canadian Grand Prix in Canada in June on a wet/dry Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve), was delighted to be first on the podium, considering that computer hackers had posted a "story" on his personal website claiming he had been seriously injured in a car accident and was in hospital in Hungary.
Formula One now goes on "summer holiday" for three weeks, with the the Belgian GP to follow on Aug. 28.
At Indianapolis, Menard won another one of those NASCAR "fuel strategy" races in which many of the front-runners fueled up and then stayed out, hoping a late-race yellow or yellows would let them save some of it in order to squeak through to the end.
Jeff Gordon was second and Regan Smith finished third, followed by Jamie McMurray and Matt Kenseth.
Carl Edwards, who finished 14th, is still the points leader with Kevin Harvick (11th Sunday) and Jimmie Johnson (19th) in the second and third positions.