Tag: 2013 Hungarian Grand Prix

2013 Hungarian Grand Prix: Hamilton Races From Pole To Flag

Posted: July 28, 2013 at 4:41 pm   /   F1 Features, Sunday Race Day

The 2013 Hungarian Grand Prix was interesting to say the least and for a change, it wasn’t only the tyres that made it interesting. It was a combination of tyre strategy and driving talent that ensured edge of the seat action throughout the 70 laps of the Hungaroring. Between qualifying and the race, I had […]

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2013 Hungarian Grand Prix Qualifying: Hamilton Snatches Pole From Vettel

Posted: July 27, 2013 at 2:45 pm   /   F1 Features, Qualifying

After a three week break, the qualifying session of the 2013 Hungarian GP was just what was needed to reward fans from the longer than usual gap between two races! Red Bull Racing and Vettel looked favourites for pole position and still are my favourites for win tomorrow, but like in the previous races, a […]

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Hungaroring And The A1 Ring

Posted: July 25, 2013 at 2:05 pm   /   F1 Humour, F1 Podcast, Inside Line F1 Podcast

Even the world’s fastest (alright, one of the) sport can make time come to a standstill and that’s what Rishi and I felt in three weeks between the 2013 German Grand Prix and this weekend’s 2013 Hungarian Grand Prix. One can only imagine what will happen to us in the ‘August shutdown’ period coming in […]

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Drivers To Play Musical Chairs

Posted: July 9, 2013 at 6:19 pm   /   F1 Humour, F1 Podcast, Inside Line F1 Podcast

Rishi and I both thought that the 2013 German Grand Prix was a boring one! Changes in the Pirelli tyres and usage regulations made racing safe, but barring the start and the last 10-12 laps, we got bored somewhat! The only icing on the cake was that Vettel had to work hard for victory on […]

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