Lewis Hamilton is predicting an "extremely tough, tactical and interesting" run-in to the season finale as McLaren battle for the World titles.
After a trying first half to the campaign in which pit stop blunders and errors were all too common in McLaren's game, the Woking team was given a welcome boost ahead of the summer break when Hamilton claimed the victory in Hungary.
The triumph, his second of the season, meant the Brit, who is fourth in the standings, closed the gap to Fernando Alonso in the Championship to 47 points.
"My win in Hungary was a fantastic way to go into the summer break: it had the added bonus of sending the whole team away for their holidays with a positive feeling in their hearts," said the 27-year-old.
"It's also given me the hope and assurance that we can come back for the final nine races with a real chance to go for both World Championships."
However, Hamilton has warned against expecting back-to-back victories when the season resumes at Spa, saying there is still too much uncertainty about F1's pecking order.
"Given the unpredictability of the sport, I think it's still difficult to predict accurately who'll win the next grand prix.
"But I reckon the coming few weeks ought to give us a much clearer idea of the destination of the World title. It's going to be an extremely tough, tactical and interesting finale to the season.
"There's no team with a clear advantage - although we're all pushing hard to catch Fernando's points tally in the Drivers' Championship - so there's still everything to play for."
The McLaren driver, though, is relishing the challenge of racing at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit, a venue where he claimed the win back in 2010.
"I really couldn't be happier that the season gets back down to business again in Belgium.
"Spa is one of the best circuits in the world - it's always a buzz to nail a fast lap around there, and, after five weeks out of the cockpit, that first lap on Friday morning is going to feel absolutely sensational."