Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Hungaroring, 2016

2016 Hungarian Grand Prix race result

2016 Hungarian Grand Prix

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Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian Grand Prix, ahead of Nico Rosberg and Daniel Ricciardo in third.

Pos#DriverCarLapsTime/gapDifferenceReason
144Lewis HamiltonMercedes701hr 40m 30.115s
26Nico RosbergMercedes701.9771.977
33Daniel RicciardoRed Bull-TAG Heuer7027.53925.562
45Sebastian VettelFerrari7028.2130.674
533Max VerstappenRed Bull-TAG Heuer7048.65920.446
67Kimi RaikkonenFerrari7049.0440.385
714Fernando AlonsoMcLaren-Honda691 lap1 lap
855Carlos Sainz JnrToro Rosso-Ferrari691 lap3.482
977Valtteri BottasWilliams-Mercedes691 lap7.268
1027Nico HulkenbergForce India-Mercedes691 lap7.091
1111Sergio PerezForce India-Mercedes691 lap14.817
1230Jolyon PalmerRenault691 lap7.248
1321Esteban GutierrezHaas-Ferrari691 lap3.950
148Romain GrosjeanHaas-Ferrari691 lap6.454
1520Kevin MagnussenRenault691 lap1.278
1626Daniil KvyatToro Rosso-Ferrari691 lap0.719
1712Felipe NasrSauber-Ferrari691 lap1.470
1819Felipe MassaWilliams-Mercedes682 laps1 lap
1994Pascal WehrleinManor-Mercedes682 laps18.267
209Marcus EricssonSauber-Ferrari682 laps3.842
2188Rio HaryantoManor-Mercedes682 laps28.104
Not classified
22Jenson ButtonMcLaren-Honda6010 laps8 lapsOil leak

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5 comments on “2016 Hungarian Grand Prix race result”

  1. Good result for McLaren. They are definitely improving. I feel bad for Jenson though.

  2. So, it does look like while McLaren-Honda are coming up as best of the rest, Williams are slipping further afield. Soon Renault might also eclipse Williams.

    Oh, and Vettel needs to give a good shout-out to Kimi for holding up Verstappen in the earlier part of the race.

    Silly radio restrictions penalizing Button – it was reasonably evident that they went into crisis mode during those comms, and to be handed a penalty was incredibly harsh.

    1. It costed McLaren nothing, they were never going to get into the points anyway. Better this than inconsistent ruling.
      What it does show though is how lucky Rosberg was to get 10sec post race penalty. Drive-through would have been more damaging.

  3. Felipe Nasr with a Sauber finishing in front of Massa.

    1. But wasn’t Massa complaining that even after his steering rack was replaced, he felt it wasn’t right, but in the opposite direction? Its possible that after yesterday’s shunt with such an issue, his race was compromised on such a twisty circuit.

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