After back to back races at the Red Bull Ring, Formula 1 will play at Hungaroring for the Hungarian Grand Prix, it will start from 17-19 July 2020.
Unexpectedly, Mercedes dominates the Red Bull Ring double-headed car. Valtteri Bottas won the chaotic season opener, and Lewis Hamilton also won in a more moderate follow-up.
The things behind are much more important. Red Bull has the 2nd fastest car, but double DNF in the first game means they are currently behind McLaren. Lando Norris led the British team in this task and completed P3 and P5 with amazing late charges.
Where is the Hungarian Grand Prix held?
In 1986 the first Hungarian Grand Prix was held and since then it is present on the Formula 1 Schedule. Recently it has signed a new agreement that will be retained until 2027.
The track is a modern complex, but overtaking is tricky, As a result, the races often become parade, which gives the race a reputation for being known as “Monaco without barriers”.
This is a tortuous curve, but when going uphill to turn 4, the drivers can safely put down their hairs and meet the blind exit at the difficult left-hander. The race on Sunday will be held over 70 laps on the 4.381 km track.
When will start the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix?
The F1 Hungarian GP will start on 17 July and will conclude on 19 July 2020. See the full schedule below:
Friday, 17 July 2020
Practice One: 11:00 - 12:30
Practice Two: 15:00 - 16:30
Saturday, 18 July 2020
Practice Three: 12:00 - 13:00
Qualifying: 15:00 - 16:00
Sunday,19 July 2020
Race: 15:10 - 17:10
Which drivers have won the Hungarian Grand Prix?
Defending world champion Lewis Hamilton had an outstanding record in Hungaroring, winning 7 titles. The Previous year was one of his more successful victories because he chased three laps and surpassed Max Verstappen.
From the team's point of view, the McLaren team led the league with 11 victories, while Ferrari and Williams have so far achieved 7 victories.
Past ten champions of the Hungarian GP
2019: Lewis Hamilton (GB, Mercedes)
2018: Lewis Hamilton (GB, Mercedes)
2017: Sebastian Vettel (Germany, Ferrari)
2016: Lewis Hamilton (GB, Mercedes)
2015: Sebastian Vettel (Germany, Ferrari)
2014: Daniel Ricciardo (Australia, Red Bull)
2013: Lewis Hamilton (GB, Mercedes)
2012: Lewis Hamilton (GB, McLaren)
2011: Jenson Button (GB, McLaren)
2010: Mark Webber (Australia, Red Bull)
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