When F1 arrives in Hungary, there’s usually an end of term feeling as the Hungaroring hosts the final race before the summer break. Held at the height of the European summer, this relatively slow but technical track has served up some intriguing races for the past three decades.
Racing Point had an unusually strong weekend in Budapest, both Ferraris were lapped for the first time in twelve years and the polesitter won for a sixth consecutive race. Here are some of the more obscure facts from the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix weekend!
Grosjean makes two consecutive pit lane starts, Perez is the first driver to reach 600 points without a win and Hamilton is the first driver to lead 150 races. Here is a statistic from each driver’s 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix weekend!
Hamilton equals the record for most wins at a circuit, Stroll records his team’s best Budapest result since 1999 and Raikkonen sets a new record for most laps raced at the Hungaroring. Here are all the facts and statistics from the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix!
Hamilton takes his 90th pole position, Stroll records a career-best qualifying position and Williams reach Q2 with both cars for the first time in almost two years. Here are all the facts and statistics from qualifying at the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix!
The second time F1 has hosted a triple header, Hamilton could equal the record for most wins at a single event and Raikkonen could become the most experienced driver at the Hungaroring. Here are the milestones and the records which could be broken at the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix!
McLaren have the most wins in Hungary, Mercedes have been victorious in the last two years and Racing Point have not scored at the circuit since 2017. Here’s everything you need to know about each team’s history at the Hungaroring!
Hamilton is close to a new record of Hungaroring wins, Verstappen is Budapest’s most recent polesitter and almost half the grid have a 100% finishing record at the circuit. Here’s everything you need to know about each driver’s history at the Hungarian Grand Prix!
Max Verstappen becomes the 100th polesitter, Daniel Ricciardo records his worst grid slot since 2012 and 4th August continues to be a bad omen for the polesitter. Here are all the facts and statistics from the 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix weekend!