Tag: Hungarian GP

2014 Hungarian Grand Prix: Hung(a)ry For More

Posted: July 27, 2014 at 6:27 pm   /   F1 Features, Sunday Race Day

They say Formula1 has a problem. I agree! But the problem isn’t in the racing, I am certain. Those who witnessed the 2014 Hungarian Grand Prix will agree too. Yes, one could debate that the spectacle of the race was aided by multiple Safety Car periods and rain, but well, that is sport in its […]

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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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2011 Hungarian Grand Prix: Button Proves His Might

Posted: August 1, 2011 at 7:25 pm   /   2011 Grand Prixs, F1 News, Hungarian, Sunday Race Day

The 2011 Hungarian Grand Prix was by far one of the most closely fought ones in recent years. The damp conditions at the start made racing extremely difficult and it was only the best that actually came out on top. It was a great sight to see all Formula1 cars slip and slide on the […]

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Observations From The 2011 Hungarian GP Qualifying: Vettel Clinches 8th Pole

Posted: July 30, 2011 at 7:24 pm   /   2011 Grand Prixs, F1 News, Hungarian, Qualifying

The 2011 Hungarian GP is the 850th Grand Prix in the history of the sport. The qualifying session was a closely fought one and for once, we didn’t have too many non-runners in the Q2 and Q3 sessions of qualifying. However, it was Championship leader Sebastian Vettel who was back on pole with the Mclarens […]

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