Pure dominance, but the end of an era

Formula 1 Grand Prix, Hungary

On this day in 2004, Ferrari won the constructors' championship with a one-two finish in the Hungarian Grand Prix. The result secured the title for the sixth consecutive season and with five races still remaining. While race winner Michael Schumacher would go on to win his fifth consecutive drivers' title at the next round at Spa, it would mark the end of his and Maranello's dominant period, with Renault going on to win the next two constructors' championships and Fernando Alonso the drivers' crown in both 2005 and 2006.