Hungarian GP: Thoughts on the start

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Lewis Hamilton starts from his tenth career pole position at the Hungaroring and has an excellent chance of extending his championship advantage. Behind him the dusty condition of the right-hand side of the track could play a major role in deciding who takes up the chase of Hamilton – and whether Felipe Massa can challenge … Continue reading Hungarian GP: Thoughts on the start

Sebastien Bourdais gets grid penalty

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Sebastien Bourdais will be moved back five places on the grid for tomorrow’s Hungarian Grand Prix. The Toro Rosso driver was deemed to have impeded BMW’s Nick Heidfeld during the first part of qualifying. It prevented Heidfeld from being able to reach the second part of qualifying and left him 16th. The feeling on the … Continue reading Sebastien Bourdais gets grid penalty

Lewis Hamilton heads McLaren one-two (2008 Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying)

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Lewis Hamilton will start the Hungarian Grand Prix from pole position for the second year in a row. McLaren banished memories of their disastrous performance at the same track last year by claiming the one-two they missed out on twelve months ago. Ferrari struggled to match McLaren’s pace and though Felipe Massa took third Kimi … Continue reading Lewis Hamilton heads McLaren one-two (2008 Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying)

Hungary practice – how quick are McLaren, and are Renault a threat?

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After the first two practice sessions for the Hungarian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton, who was fastest, said McLaren could go quicker. Kimi Raikkonen, fifth, admitted he was worried about McLaren’s pace. And Fernando Alonso, fourth, (with team mate Nelson Piquet Jnr second) was keen to keep a lid on expectations. So how fast are McLaren, … Continue reading Hungary practice – how quick are McLaren, and are Renault a threat?

Video: Hungarian GP history 1994-2007

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Journeyer concludes his two-part guide to the Hungarian Grand Prix. You can read the first installment here. 1997: The Hungaroring’s twisty configuration meant cars with lesser grunt could be competitive at the front. So Damon Hill, who up to now was uncompetitive in the Arrows, suddenly managed to slip past Michael Schumacher for the lead … Continue reading Video: Hungarian GP history 1994-2007