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[29 Jul 2012 | 11 Comments | 4,520 views]
Hungarian GP: Tyre and Pit Stop Strategy

Having gone quickest during free practice and qualifying, Lewis Hamilton completed the job with a dominant victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix. Lotus tried to put the McLaren driver under pressure, first in the form of Romain Grosjean before Kimi Raikkonen had his chance in the closing stages as the strategy unfolded. In truth, though, Hamilton seldom looked troubled.

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[28 Jul 2012 | No Comment | 2,351 views]
Stats From Hungaroring Qualifying

Pole position looked like being Lewis Hamilton’s from start to finish in Hungary but further down the grid, there were more questions to be answered. Romain Grosjean completed the front row, the Lotus driver back on the qualifying form that has been missing for the last two races…

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[26 Jul 2012 | No Comment | 1,635 views]
The Grand Prix File: Hungary

In 1986, the Magyar Nagydíj, or Hungarian Grand Prix to you and me, took Formula One behind the Iron Curtain for the first time – a major coup for Bernie Ecclestone. Located near one of the most attractive cities in Europe, with renowned nightlife and great cuisine, Budapest often hosts some of Formula One’s biggest parties – thanks in no small part to the fact that it precedes the summer break and Sunday night heralds a well-earned rest.

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[23 Jul 2012 | 8 Comments | 5,506 views]
Preview of the Hungarian Grand Prix

Formula One heads straight from Germany and off to Hungary and into the second half of the season… And then it promptly shuts down for a month. Before the teams can enjoy a well deserved rest, however, there is still the matter of what is a deceptively tricky and technically challenging circuit…

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[31 Jul 2011 | 4 Comments | 2,119 views]
Button Triumphs in Hungary

Jenson Button marked his 200th Grand Prix start with victory in Hungary, calmly dealing with the changeable conditions. It wasn’t all plain sailing for McLaren, however, as a series of strategy moves relegated Lewis Hamilton from what would have been a comfortable win to having to fight his way back up to fourth. However, Sebastian Vettel was probably the day’s big winner, extending his Championship lead out to 85 points…

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[30 Jul 2011 | One Comment | 2,709 views]
Vettel Snatches Pole in Hungary

Sebastian Vettel returned to being the Red Bull man at the front of the grid, just edging out McLaren on his final run with a time of 1 minute 19.815, just 0.163 seconds ahead of Lewis Hamilton. Jenson Button’s late run saw him snatch third while Felipe Massa, running last of the main contenders, pipped Fernando Alonso for the first time this year…