The team strengthened its hold on the Constructors' Championship with a second 1-2 of the year, and Technical Director James Allison is looking for another big performance in Hungary to head into the summer break on a high note.
"This is a sport that asks so much of the people who compete in it, drivers and teams alike, and it is on days like these that it repays every tiny bit of effort one hundred fold," said James. "They are beyond description in the degree of pleasure, satisfaction and joy that they bring us all.
"Lewis has all but wiped out the deficit to Vettel in one hammer blow and the team has taken another big leaps in the constructors' race thanks to a tremendous display from Valtteri, whose work this afternoon completely erased the gearbox penalty he was forced to take this weekend.
"It feels like we are starting to build some good momentum in recent races and hopefully we can deliver the same sort of performance in two weeks' time before heading into the summer break. Our work in the next fortnight will focus on optimising every single detail so that we arrive in Hungary prepared for all of the challenges that race can throw at us."
Lewis now sits just a single point behind Vettel in the Drivers' Championship, with Valtteri a further 23 points back in P3. With a second 1-2 of the campaign, the Silver Arrows have stretched their Constructors' Championship lead to 55 points from Ferrari.