2015 Hungarian Grand Prix grid

2015 Hungarian Grand Prix

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Row 11. Lewis Hamilton 1’22.020
2. Nico Rosberg 1’22.595
Row 23. Sebastian Vettel 1’22.739
4. Daniel Ricciardo 1’22.774
Red Bull
Row 35. Kimi Raikkonen 1’23.020
6. Valtteri Bottas 1’23.222
Row 47. Daniil Kvyat 1’23.332
Red Bull
8. Felipe Massa 1’23.537
Row 59. Max Verstappen 1’23.679
Toro Rosso
10. Romain Grosjean 1’24.181
Row 611. Nico Hulkenberg 1’23.826
Force India
12. Carlos Sainz Jnr 1’23.869
Toro Rosso
Row 713. Sergio Perez 1’24.461
Force India
14. Pastor Maldonado 1’24.609
Row 815. Fernando Alonso No time
16. Jenson Button 1’24.739
Row 917. Marcus Ericsson 1’24.843
18. Felipe Nasr 1’24.997
Row 1019. Roberto Merhi 1’27.416
20. Will Stevens 1’27.949

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10 comments on “2015 Hungarian Grand Prix grid”

  1. Yes (@come-on-kubica)
    25th July 2015, 14:09

    Alonso gave it a maximum push today.

  2. Vettel back where he belongs after struggling a bit yesterday.

    Things are looking good for people who predicted a HAM ROS VET RAI RIC finish.

  3. i will follow f1 again if mercs are not in podium for a gp!

    1. So how would you like to see that happen.
      1. Mercedes just simply fail.
      2. Mercedes get beat on the track.

      If your answer is 1. you shouldn’t watch the sport.

      F1 is about achieving the best, man and machine, and beating the car in front, not simply just hoping it will fail.

      It’s Good to Talk.

      1. What’s the point of watching a pre-won event. Unless both Mercedes suffer mechanical failures, no one else has a chance of winning. During Vettels time at top atleast Ferrari, McLaren actually managed to win in race without help from a set of tyres as seen in Malaysia. This V6 era is a disaster. Sauber and Manor don’t even have proper engines.

        1. pastaman (@)
          25th July 2015, 19:03

          Most F1 races in history have been pre-won events, so yeah…

    2. pastaman (@)
      25th July 2015, 19:01


      1. Yeah, Bye Bye F1 more like. empty stands, no teams, no sponsors, teams running around with 2014 engines. Don’t be mad F1 is no longer reigning supreme. Those days are over.

    3. what a race. maybe f1 still love me :)

      1. @arznil Hehe, F1 still throws up surprises! Shame about the Ferrari reliability, otherwise it could have been a 1-2…

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