Hungarian Grand Prix (2010)

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Formula One World Championship Webber Claims Lead after Hungary

August 4, 2010

All change at the top in the Formula One world championship following the Hungarian Grand Prix. Webber’s remarkable win allowed him to jump over Hamilton and Button to claim the lead in the 2010 Formula One Drivers Championship. His team mates third place finish elevated Vettel to third place in the championship while Alonso’s grat […]

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Hungarian Grand Prix Post Race Press Conference

August 4, 2010

Following Mark Webber’s complete and utter massacre of the competition finishing over eighteen seconds ahead of the rest of the field at the Hungarian Grand Prix, Webber and the two other podium placed drivers Alonso and Vettel took part in the official post race press conference. Some great questions and answers from Webber, Alonso and […]

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Hungarian Grand Prix Just Webberific

August 2, 2010

How does the Hungarian Grand Prix held at the notoriously hard to pass Hungaroring circuit, known within F1 circles as “Monaco without the houses” produce one of the most exciting races of the Formula One Season. Answer: One determined Australian Red Bull Racing Driver named Mark Webber. After Qualifying it looked as though it was […]

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Hungarian Grand Prix Qualifying Red Bull Obliterate Competition

July 31, 2010

Qualifying at the Hungarian Grand Prix today was all about Red Bull Racing. Wether the teams new front wing design is flexible or not, no one can doubt that the Red Bull Racing RB6 is in a class all by itself, as is their driver Sebastian Vettel who put in the fastest lap of the […]

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Hungarian Grand Prix Friday Press Conference

July 30, 2010

Time for my favourite press conference of the Race weekend. Returning at the Hungarian Grand Prix to it’s regular format featuring team principals from four of the 12 teams competing in the Formula One World Championship. This time it was the turn for the Team Principals of Ferrari, Red Bull Racing, Renault F1 and HRT […]

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Hungarian Grand Prix Friday Practice

July 30, 2010

The Hungarian Grand Prix race weekend kicked off today with Friday Free practice which consists of a morning and afternoon practice session. At the end of the day it was Red Bull Racing and Ferrari that had locked up the four fastest times of the day. The last few Grand Prix practice sessions have ended […]

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Hungarian Grand prix Thursday Press Conference

July 29, 2010

The first official FIA press conference prior to the start of the 2010 Hungarian Grand prix race weekend was held today. Attending were drivers from Wiliams F1, Ferrari, Lotus Racing, Renault F1 and HRT F1 Team. Still lots of questions over the incident at last weekends German Grand Prix when Felipe Massa let his Team […]

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Hungarian Grand Prix US Broadcast Schedule

July 29, 2010

The Hungarian Grand Prix takes place this coming weekend only 7 days after the German Grand Prix and marks the third back to back Grand Prix of the season. Located just 19 kms outside of Budapest the race is held at the Hungaroring circuit since the circuit was purpose built to host the grand Prix […]

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Hungarian Grand Prix One Lap of Hungaroring with Mark Webber

July 28, 2010

For the Hungarian Grand Prix Red Bull Racing have gone back to their usual format of releasing a video with Mark Webber at the wheel of the Red Bull Racing Simulator. The great thing about these video’s is that you get a view of the track from the drivers perspective, explaining where the overtaking opportunities […]

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