Lewis Hamilton takes the lead in the drivers’ championship for the first time this season after beating team mate Nico Rosberg to win the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian Grand Prix, ahead of Nico Rosberg and Daniel Ricciardo in third.
Lewis Hamilton took the win at the Hungarian Grand Prix, beating team mate Nico Rosberg to take the lead of the drivers’ championship.
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With Lewis Hamilton poised to strike at Nico Rosberg, the two Red Bulls lurking and more rain threatening, the scene is set for a lively Hungarian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso admits that he was ‘probably overdriving’ when he spun in the closing stages of qualifying, but was otherwise ‘very happy’ with his performance.
A late stewards investigation into both Red Bulls, both Force Indias and Valtteri Bottas for failing to meet the 107% benchmark in Q1 has resulted in no action being taken.
Nico Rosberg will start the Hungarian Grand Prix from pole position after stewards decided to take no further action after investigating his conduct under yellow flags in qualifying.
The FIA have confirmed that Nico Rosberg’s pole position lap is now under investigation by the stewards for potentially breaching yellow flag regulations.
Jenson Button says that it is ‘pretty good’ for McLaren to have both cars starting from the fourth row of the grid, but says that is still not enough for the team.
Nico Rosberg says he did ‘what he needed to do’ when he reached the yellow flag zone in the second sector during his pole lap in qualifying for the Hungarian GP.
Daniel Ricciardo admits that he was frustrated after a late yellow flag forced him to back off from his final flying lap in the closing moments of qualifying.
Lewis Hamilton says he is not too upset after he missed out on an opportunity to improve his qualifying time when he was forced to back off for a double-waved yellow.
It was a day of two seasons at the Hungaroring as sunshine greeted the drivers in final practice but a downpour hit the track ahead of qualifying.
Nico Rosberg will start the Hungarian Grand Prix from pole after an incident-filled qualifying that saw Lewis Hamilton caught out by a yellow flag on his final flying lap.
Nico Rosberg will start on pole for the Hungarian Grand Prix, with Lewis Hamilton starting alongside him.
The FIA has confirmed the approach that its stewards will take to drivers exceeding track limits for the rest of the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend.
Nico Rosberg topped the final practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix, but Max Verstappen almost equaled the Mercedes benchmark.
Hopes there would be more than just the Mercedes drivers in contention for victory were dashed on Friday as their rivals couldn’t match their pace.
Lewis Hamilton crashed early in the second practice session at the Hungaroring, leaving team mate Nico Rosberg to set the fastest time.