Hungarian Grand Prix

The traditional last race before the summer break, the Hungaroring has been on the Formula 1 calendar in every season since 1986. The 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix is set to take place on July 29-31. Check out the articles below for facts, stats, history and trivia from previous F1 races in Hungary!

2022 Hungarian Grand Prix: Post Race Statistics

Verstappen wins from tenth on the grid, Hamilton breaks a 67 year old record and Alonso becomes only the third driver to score points at the age of 41 this millennium.

2022 Hungarian Grand Prix Qualifying Statistics

Russell takes his first pole position, Britain equals the record for most consecutive seasons with a pole and Vettel fails to reach Q3 in Hungary for the first time since 2008.

F1 Grid Slot Stats: Hungarian Grand Prix

Only three of the last eight Hungarian Grands Prix have been won from pole position. Here’s everything you need to know about the history of each grid slot at the Hungaroring!

F1 Team Form: Hungarian Grand Prix

McLaren have the most wins in Hungary, Alpine were victorious last year while Mercedes locked-out the front row for the fifth time.

F1 Driver Form: Hungarian Grand Prix

Hamilton is close to an all-time record of most wins at a single circuit, Verstappen recorded his first pole at this venue and six drivers have a 100% finish record at the circuit.

2022 Hungarian Grand Prix: Milestones and Records to break

While Hamilton and Verstappen can equal the record for most 1-2 finishes, Ricciardo seeks to end his longest non-Q3 streak in ten years and Williams can become the first team to reach 5,000 laps raced in Hungary.

Hungaroring: The Ultimate Track Guide

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.

2021 Hungarian GP: A Statistic for Every Driver

As Esteban Ocon became F1’s 111th winner, Alonso leads a race for the first time in seven years and Vettel is the second driver to be disqualified in Budapest.

Obscure Facts From The 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix

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!

A Statistic For Every Driver: 2020 Hungarian GP

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!

2020 Hungarian Grand Prix: Post Race Statistics

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!

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