Hungarian Grand Prix

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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 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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Will Renault Race at Valencia

July 31, 2009

Fernando Alonso’s unfortunate incident during the Hungarian Grand Prix, where his front right side wheel came off  the car following the Renault drivers first pit stop, has led to the possible suspension of the Renault F1 team from the European Grand Prix at Valencia in Spain. Following the incident the race stewards imposed a one […]

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Massa Recovery on Track

July 29, 2009

The news continues to be good as far as Felipe Massa’s rate of recovery at Budapest’s AEK hospital following the accident during the Hungarian GP’s qualifying. Yesterday Massa’s personal Doctor, Dino Altman is quoted as saying: “His condition is improving quickly and constantly. He is more and more awake and reactive. He spoke to several people […]

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McLaren Returns to Winning Pace at Hungaroring

July 27, 2009

Lewis Hamilton wins the first race of the season for McLaren at the Hungarian Grand Prix today. Lewis’s win combined with Hiekki Kovalainen’s dramatically improved performance and fifth place finish prove what many F1 pundits were predicting, the modifications to the MP4-24 chassis introduced on Hamilton’s car at the German Grand Prix have transformed the […]

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Felipe Masa in Stable Condition

July 26, 2009

Ferrari issued the following updates on the condition of Felipe Masa following his accident yesterday during the end of the second qualifying period at the Hungarian Grand Prix. “Felipe Massa’s conditions – 26th July, 10 am Budapest, 26th July 2009 – After undergoing an operation yesterday afternoon, Felipe Massa’s condition remains stable and there were […]

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Hungarian Grand Prix Qualifying Marred By Masa Accident

July 25, 2009

Saturday qualifying at the Hungaroring was marred by a freak accident involving Felipe Masa at the end Q2. Masa was hit on the head by a spring that had broken off Rubens Barichello’s Brawn Gp car. Masa was following Barichello on track when the spring broke loose from Barichello’s car, bounced up and hit Masa […]

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Renault Lockout at Hungaroring Qualifying

July 25, 2009

After a confusing end to the third and final qualifying session of the Hungarian Grand Prix caused by the failure of the on track timing system Fenrnado Alonzo discovered that he had claimed his first pole position since 2007. Renault not only claimed pole position after the brilliant drive by Fernando Alonso, but also the […]

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Will Hungaroring See Brawn GP Return To Podium

July 23, 2009

Poor results at Silverstone and Nürburgring have been frustrating for Brawn GP. Unable to get the tires working correctly resulting in a loss of pace due in large part to the cold temperatures over both race weekends. Coupled with major improvements made by several of the other teams, led to Brawn’s first non podium finishes […]

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The Absolute Best Way To Watch Formula One

June 9, 2009

So what does Cable or Satellite TV and DVR functionality have to do with Formula One racing. I’ll tell you – In my mind they are all key for any formula one Fan living in the US or for that matter anywhere else in the world. F1 is a world wide series having races in […]

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