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McHouserphy
12/07/2020, 22:51
FORMULA 1 TEMPORADA 2020 – GP Nº 3

GRAN PREMIO DE HUNGRÍA



Hungaro-ring
Busapest.

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Hungaroring Sport Rt.
2146 Mogyorod Pf. 10
Budapest - Hungary
47°34'26,39"N || 19°14'33,00"E
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HORARIOS:
Viernes 17 de Julio :

Prácticas Libres, Sesión 1 : Horario Local : 11:00 a 12:30 - España :11:00 a 12:30 - GMT : 09:00 a 10:30
Prácticas Libres, Sesión 2 : Horario Local :15:00 a 16:30 - España :15:00 a 16:30 - GMT : 13:00 a 14:30


Sábado 18 de Julio :

Prácticas Libres, Sesión 3 : Horario Local : 12:00 a 13:00 - España :12:00 a 13:00 - GMT : 09:00 a 10:00
Clasificatorias de Parrilla de Salida : Horario Local :15:00 a 16:00 - España :15:00 a 16:00 - GMT : 13:00 a 14:00


Domingo 19 de Julio :

CARRERA: Horario Local: 15:10 - España: 15:10 - GMT: 13:10


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Datos Básicos de Pista

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Fecha de creación: 1986
Primer Gran Premio de F1: 10/08/1986
Grandes Premios organizados: 35
Capacidad de espectadores: 120000
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Longitud oficial: 4.381 metros = 2,722 millas
Número de vueltas: 70.
Longitud total de carrera: 306,663km = 190,139 miles
Longitud rodadura: 4.295 metros. = 2,668 miles.
Compensacion de linea de salida: 7m.
Curvas oficiales: 14.
Curvas reales: 14.
Curvas oficiales a derecha: 8.
Curvas oficiales a izquierda: 6.
Curvas reales a derecha: 8.
Curvas reales a izquierda: 6.
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Consumo por vuelta: 1,43 Kg.
Consumo por vuelta: 1,90 l.
Penalización por vuelta de combustible: 0,05 s.
Demora por cada 10Kg de carga: 0,35 s.
Tiempo de entrada y salida de pits (sin repostar): 16,2 s.
Distancia desde la salida hasta la primera frenada: 465 m.
Longitud del Pil Line : 304 m.[B]
Tiempo de vuelta de referencia: [B]1:17,934
Carga aerodinámica: Máxima
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Dureza / Desgaste de frenos: Alto
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Brembo. La frenada más dura de Hungaroring:

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Agarre del asfalto: Bajo
Tipo de neumático: Blando
Desgaste de neumáticos: Alto
[SIZE=2]Tipos de Neumáticos suministrados por Pirelli:
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Selección de neumáticos de los pilotos:
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Ventana Pit Stop a 1 parada : vueltas 44 a 48
Ventana Pit Stop a 2 paradas : vueltas 20 a 32 y 45 a 56
Ventana Pit Stop a 3 paradas : vueltas 12 a 22, 35 a 39 y 53 a 57

Mejor vuelta : M. Verstappen - 1:17,103 (Red Bull 2019)
Mejor pole : M. Verstappen - 1:14,572 (Red Bull 2019)
Pole 2019 : M. Verstappen - 1:14,572 (Red Bull)
Vuelta Rápida 2019: M. Verstappen - 1:17,103 (Red Bull)
Podium 2019 : 1º L. Hamilton (Mercedes) - 2º M. Verstappen - 3º S. Vettel
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Piloto con más Poles: 7 M.Schumacher
Escudería con más Poles: 8 McLaren, Ferrari
Piloto con más victorias: 6 L.Hamilton
Escudería con más Victorias: 11 McLaren


Jaime Alguersuari nos enseña la pista de Hungaroring en el simulador de Red Bull:

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Mejores momentos clasificatorias Hungría 2019:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fso8oBb33XU

Pole onboard M. Verstappen Hungaroring 2019:

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F1 Hungary 2019 Highlights:

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F1 Hungary 2019 Mejores On Board:

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El diseño de Hungaroring, con su revirada última curva (14) proporciona sólo una oportunidad legítima de adelantamiento por vuelta, en la primera curva, por lo que una buena posición de clasificación es más importante que nunca.

El circuito carece de curvas de alta velocidad, lo que en la puesta a punto del coche lleva a montar la carga aerodinámica más alta posible.

Mientras tanto, la principal preocupación habitual para el equipo técnico del motor, es asegurar una buena refrigeración en unas condiciones por lo general tórridas, y más aún con estos motores híbridos, en los que la gestión del conjunto eléctrico es crítica.

La altas temperaturas del verano también hacen la vida difícil para los pilotos, que necesitan estar en óptimas condiciones físicas para hacer frente a una carrera que les da muy poco respiro en sus 70 vueltas de distancia.

Después de Mónaco, Hungaroring tiene la segunda velocidad media más baja de todos los circuitos de la Fórmula Uno. Las curvas son principalmente de media y baja velocidad seguidas en rápida sucesión, y la recta de meta y salida es relativamente corta.

Puesto que el polvo se acumula continuamente en la pista, los niveles de adherencia tienden a ser bajos al comienzo de cada una de las sesiones de práctica, lo que suele conducir al subviraje del coche.

El agarre mecánico es un factor importante en un circuito de baja velocidad como este, y los equipos en general, centran la atención para estos ajustes principalmente en el sector medio, con su variedad de combinaciones de curvas. Intentan preparar el auto con la configuración más suave, para mejorar el agarre mecánico. Los pilotos quieren un coche que responda en las secciones de baja velocidad, con una buena tracción en las salidas de las curvas, que normalmente lleva a los equipos a una configuración mecánica típica (más rígido delante / más blando detrás) en términos de puesta a punto. Sin embargo, el desgaste de los neumáticos traseros debe ser controlado muy cuidadosamente, en particular para evitar sobrecargar el compuesto más blando disponible durante el fin de semana.

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PALMARÉS

2019 : M. Verstappen (Red Bull)
2018 : L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
2017 : S. Vettel (Ferrari)
2016 : L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
2015 : S. Vettel (Ferrari)
2014 : D. Ricciardo (Red Bull)
2013 : L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
2012 : L. Hamilton (McLaren)
2011 : J. Button (McLaren)
2010 : M. Webber (Red Bull)
2009 : L. Hamilton (McLaren)
2008 : H. Kovalainen (McLaren)
2007 : L. Hamilton (McLaren)
2006 : J. Button (Honda)
2005 : K. Raïkkönen (McLaren)
2004 : M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
2003 : F. Alonso (Renault)
2002 : R. Barrichello (Ferrari)
2001 : M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
2000 : M. Hakkinen (McLaren)
1999 : M. Hakkinen (McLaren)
1998 : M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
1997 : J. Villeneuve (Williams)
1996 : J. Villeneuve (Williams)
1995 : D. Hill (Williams)
1994 : M. Schumacher (Benetton)
1993 : D. Hill (Williams)
1992 : A. Senna (McLaren)
1991 : A. Senna (McLaren)
1990 : T. Boutsen (Williams)
1989 : N. Mansell (Ferrari)
1988 : A. Senna (McLaren)
1987 : N. Piquet (Williams)
1986 : N. Piquet (Williams)

Notas de Pedro de la Rosa:
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Enlaces / Links :


[B]Web oficial del circuito de Hungaroring (http://www.hungaroring.hu/?lang=en)
Página Oficial de la F1 (http://www.formula1.com)
Datos FIA (https://www.fia.com/championship/events/fia-formula-one-world-championship/season-2020/hungarian-grand-prix)
Datos Pirelli (https://f1pressarea.pirelli.com/index.php)
Free Live Timing (https://f1.tfeed.net/)


Carreras en Internet:
[o]VerCanalesTV F1 (http://vercanalestv1.com/ver-formula-1-en-directo-y-online-gratis/)
[o]VerPlusOnLine F1 (http://verplusonline.com/movistar-formula-uno/)


Noticias en Español:
[o]CarandDriver.es (http://www.caranddriver.es/formula-1)
[o]Motor21.com (http://motor21.com/sobre/formula-1/)
[o]SoyMotor.com (https://es.motorsport.com/category/f1/"MotorSport.com[/URL]
[o][URL=https://www.soymotor.com/)


Noticias en Inglés:
[o]F1.com (http://f1.com/)
[o]f1technical.net (http://www.f1technical.net/)
[o]motorsport.com (http://http:/www.motorsport.com/)
[o]F1Today (https://www.f1today.net/en/)
[o]F1fanatic.co.uk (http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/)
[o]PitPass.com (https://www.pitpass.com/)



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McHouserphy
12/07/2020, 22:52
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McHouserphy
14/07/2020, 15:50
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Presiones y caídas (camber):

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GoVal
14/07/2020, 20:46
Muchas gracias, McH. :abrazo:

¡Qué estrés de verano llevamos con tanta carrera seguida! :cunaooooo:

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15/07/2020, 21:16
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llumia
16/07/2020, 09:01
Vamos con las previas de los equipos:

Hungary GP: Preview - Mercedes



Toto Wolff: Spielberg didn't always yield the best results for us in recent years, so it feels good to head to Hungary with two victories and a lot of points. We put a lot of effort into finding reliability solutions between the races and it was an impressive team effort to deliver them in time. That was echoed by the strong work from the team at the track, all of which ultimately rewarded us with a 1-2 on Sunday.Both drivers did a good job last weekend. Lewis' pole lap in the rain was one of the best I've ever seen and his performance in the race was flawless. Valtteri had a harder time on Saturday, but his damage limitation on Sunday was successful.


Two wins from two races might sound like the performance picture is clear, but that's far from the truth. We've only raced on a single track so far and it is way too early to make any assumptions. The next race in Hungary will be a different scenario and we're expecting a challenging fight. The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) has always suited Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) and they've shown their strength in the slow corners again this year, so they will be very hard to beat. Given the calendar changes this year, the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) is set to be the highest-downforce track in 2020, so it will be interesting to see whose aero package delivers the most at this track. The first two races this year have been highly entertaining and I'm looking forward to another exciting race weekend to conclude the first triple-header of the year.


Fact File


With the revised 2020 schedule and the circuit's relentless run of corners, the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) looks set to be the highest downforce track on the calendar.


Because of the track's high-downforce nature, its maximum speed - 318 km/h - is one of the lowest in F1.

F1 cars only spend around 10 seconds going in a straight line during a lap in Hungary, with the remaining 65 seconds or so spent cornering.


The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) only has 14 classified corners but is known for its constant cornering because many of its corners are long, low-speed or both. But in terms of the number of corners, only Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza) and Spielberg have fewer.


Despite the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) having one of the shortest start/finish straights, the track has the fifth-longest run to Turn 1 from pole position - due to the grid being positioned very close to the exit of the final corner. Only Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza), Barcelona (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/2/barcelona), Mexico City and Sochi (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/24/sochi) have longer runs to Turn 1.


The circuit is one of the toughest for brake cooling, in part due to the lack of straights and often made worse by cars being stuck in traffic.


Just 65% of the lap distance at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) is taken at full throttle, one of the lowest figures in F1. Singapore and Monaco are the only F1 venues with lower percentages.


The air and track temperatures experienced at the Hungarian Grand Prix are typically some of the highest of the season, with an average air temperature of 30°C and average track temperature of 49°C.


The average lateral G experienced during the course of the lap is one of the highest in F1, due to the grip levels from the new tarmac, long corners, lack of straights and high downforce levels.


The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest)'s kerbs are some of the most severe in F1 for the cars, although not to the same level as the kerbs in Austria. The spacing, height and speed at which drivers go over kerbs are all important factors. While the kerbs in Hungary are harsh, they are generally taken at slower speeds than in Spielberg.


The track features many long corners, some of which are 180 degrees or more, which impacts the suspension set-up. The majority of corners in Hungary are taken in "steady state", which is where the length of the corner allows the car to settle and stay in a rolled condition for a long period of time. A "transient state" means the opposite and is seen in corners requiring quick changes of direction. In Budapest, "steady state" is more important and the suspension can be tuned to be better suited to this.


The track layout of the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) makes overtaking notoriously difficult, especially in places without DRS. There was just one non-DRS overtake in 2019, the lowest figure of any race from last year, and 26 using DRS.

Lewis has won at the Hungarian Grand Prix seven times, making the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) his joint-most successful track - sharing the accolade with the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/12/montreal).


The 2009 Hungarian Grand Prix was the first race in F1 history to be won by a hybrid car. Back then, using the Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) was optional and the opening races were won by cars with conventional engines. However, Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes)-Benz had developed a hybrid system run by McLaren (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/5/mclaren)-Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) in 2009. So, when Lewis won the Hungarian Grand Prix on 26 July, it was the first ever victory for a hybrid Formula One car.

llumia
16/07/2020, 09:04
Hungary GP: Preview - Red BullAfter two races at the same circuit, are you looking forward to going to a new track?



Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen): Yes, I think two weeks driving on the same track is enough but Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) did make a great event for us. It was nice to have the opportunity to drive at the same track twice and be able to test different set-ups on the cars and correlate the data from back to back races, but I think we are all ready for a new track now. After such a tough first weekend it was good to be on the podium on Sunday and it was nice to have some sort of reward for the Team. Now I'm just looking ahead to this weekend as Hungary is a really fun track to drive with these high downforce cars so let's see what we can do.


Looking ahead, what are your main focuses for the race this weekend?

MV: I will of course try to do the best that I can and see how competitive we are again against Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes), and of course the others. The track is more technical than Austria. There are more corners and if you get one corner wrong, you are not well positioned for the next one, especially in sector two. So you really have to work hard on the car set-up, that is always key. We need a really stable balance, but of course a car that responds well going into corners.


The Team have won the fastest pit stop twice now, is it good to see the crew come back so strong?

MV: Yes, it is great to see, it's always nice when the guys can give me such a fast pit stop. I mean I like to see the guys during the race but of course I want to get away from them as fast as possible in the pit stop! They all work super hard and I think that shows every Sunday.


After two races at the same circuit, are you looking forward to going to a new track?

Alex Albon: Hungary is a nice track. It's a drivers' circuit so we all enjoy coming here. This weekend the focus is a bit more on qualifying as it isn't as easy to overtake here as it is at the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring. We learned a few lessons between races one and two, we understand the car a lot better now and we're using that to push forward.


The season got off to a busy start with back to back races. How would you compare races one and two?

AA: I'd say race one was a bit better than race two. We optimised the package better in race one, but we had a better car in race two, so it's more or less about working on that car from race two and getting it into a good window. I had to manage the early race pace on the soft tyre last weekend due to concerns over blistering but on the medium the balance was much better. There's obviously a gap to Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) but we're probably going to a circuit that suits us more than the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring so with that in mind we're pretty hopeful.


In race two you equalled your career best finish with P4 and took a solid amount of points for the Team. What are your
expectations for Hungary?

AA: The main thing is to close the gap to Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes). We will have to wait and see where we are in FP1 but I think the pecking order in the championship is maybe a bit different to what was expected and the Racing Point (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/14/racing-point) is probably up there. We've got to see what we can do. As always, the goal is to focus on ourselves and the end product is the result of that hard work. It's all about optimising what we've got and seeing how that compares to the rest of the field.


Christian Horner: We are now two-thirds into the first triple-header of the season and boosted by a much-improved result at the Styrian Grand Prix. Max picked up the Team's first podium of 2020, while Alex finished fourth.

It was good to be back on the podium, especially coming off the back of what was a difficult result to take, at the Austrian Grand Prix.


It was nice to see Max challenge for pole in a wet qualifying session. This was a new benchmark for us to understand as nobody has done any wet running this year.


Max got every last bit out of the car on Sunday, doing what he does best and fighting right until the final stages of the race.


We tried to retain track position early on against Bottas and tough-it-out in the second half of the race but he had the advantage of fresher tyres in the latter part of the race.


We have no regrets about the strategy and Max fully understood what we were doing as he explained in his post-race media.


I was asked some questions about Alex's early race pace, but let's remember that he came off the back of a strong weekend the previous week where he was challenging Lewis for victory. It just shows how people have a short memory in Formula One and they're quick to forget things.


During his first stint on the soft tyre, we were concerned about potential blistering on the front right, so he was managing his pace to ensure he was able to achieve the target lap for his pit stop.


This meant he gave away significant pace to the cars ahead, but as soon as he changed to the medium compound, he was back on pace.


If you look at the analysis, Alex was within a tenth of Bottas, who was chasing Max. He also did a very good job in holding off a very fast Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez) at the end of the race.


Alex's feedback is very good and he and Max work well together which allows us to try different things on each car and make accurate comparisons, which is what we did in Austria.


Alex is improving with experience, he has a good feel for what the car is doing and that's very encouraging. We all want him to succeed and let's not forget he's only done 11 races with the Team whilst Max is in his sixth season.


Alex has taken a lot of lessons out of Sunday's performance, so I don't think he should be down in any way because he actually equalled his best race result in Formula 1 and scored the Team a solid amount of championship points.


With two races under our belt, we now have a clearer idea of the areas on the car we need to improve upon. The races are coming thick and fast and the production effort in the factory is astounding.


The results and feedback from the opening two races have allowed us to target specific areas and tailor the updates accordingly.


It is a very busy time in the factory and everybody is fully motivated in spite of Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) looking so strong in the opening races. Hopefully we will give them a harder fight in some of the upcoming races.


The final race in the opening triple-header is in Hungary this weekend. But it does come with added complications for citizens from the UK and some non-EU citizens.

Strict rules mean they cannot leave the hotel other than to go to the track or airport.


I have to admit that it is not something that was totally unexpected, given the current circumstances. The Team have been excellent in following the social distancing measures, with regular COVID-19 testing and practising PPE protocols.


First and foremost, we are going to Budapest to go racing. We normally spend so much time at the track that when we get back to the hotel, there is not time to go out and explore the city anyway.


Our focus will be on what's happening on track and not about the inconvenience of being confined to a hotel room. We know we have a gap to close to fight for this championship and that is what we will do.


These last few weeks have been busy for our Race Team, as well as back at the factory so I thank everyone for their continued dedication and teamwork.


This is a busy spell for us with nine races in 11 weeks and the safety and welfare of our staff is paramount.

I'm looking forward to Hungary. It is a different and slightly more technical circuit to the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring and offers us another great opportunity.


Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) have shown some great form here in recent years but last year, Max scored our first pole at the track using Honda power, so it will be another interesting weekend and we are fully focused on the task in hand.

llumia
16/07/2020, 09:06
Hungary GP: Preview - Ferrari Sunday sees the 35th edition of the Hungarian Grand Prix which normally signals the start of the summer break. But this year, just one week on and it will be time for another triple header in this unusual season, with two races in the UK followed by one in Spain. The Hungarian Grand Prix has always been held at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest), on the outskirts of Budapest. The track has undergone a few modifications and Scuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) has won here seven times, the first courtesy of Nigel Mansell in 1989, when the Englishman came back from 12th on the grid, overtaking Ayrton Senna when the Brazilian hesitated before lapping Stefan Johansson in the Onyx.




The race first appeared on the calendar in 1986 when the idea of holding a race behind the iron curtain while the cold war was still real, caused quite a stir, especially in the wake of the boycott and counter-boycott of the 1980 Moscow Olympics and those in Los Angeles in 1984. But the gamble paid off and its been a fixture on the calendar ever since.


The track isn't used much and its rural setting means it's usually pretty dirty on Friday. The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) is 4.381 kilometres long and has 14 corners, 8 right and 6 left. The start-finish line is on the longest straight which provides overtaking opportunities into turn 1, a downhill right hander. After a few hundred metres, turn 2 is also downhill, but to the left and leads immediately into turn 3, again downhill. Next is another fast section, climbing up to turn 4 to the left.

Then it gets twisty, with a slow chicane and two final hairpins, turn 13 to the left and a final right hander onto the straight.


After Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) and Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel) collided at Turn 3 on the opening lap of the Styrian Grand Prix, both men are keen to get back on track to put it all behind them and work with the team to try and improve the performance of the SF1000.


Mattia Binotto Team Principal: "Hungary brings the curtain down on the first triple-header in this very compressed season. The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) is a very different track to Spielberg in Austria, which hosted the first two races. It will be interesting therefore to see how the cars behave on a track that requires maximum aerodynamic downforce. Given that overtaking in Hungary, unlike Austria, is usually a rare occurrence, it means that tyre management over a single lap and being well prepared for qualifying will be of vital importance.


"We know that the performance level of our car has not matched our expectations, nor that of our fans, but we are working flat out on every area to improve as quickly as possible.


"Our aim this weekend is simple and straightforward: to score as many points as possible. To do that, we must work perfectly in every area, from the drivers, to car preparation to how we operate on track, to reliability."


Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel): "After the poor showing last weekend in Spielberg it's good that I can get straight back on track.


"The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) is quite a physically demanding circuit for the driver, because with hardly any straights. In fact there are so many corners and usually, the Grand Prix is held at a very hot time of year.


"It's also a track that attracts a lot of Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) fans and supporters from Germany too, so it will be very strange racing without seeing them cheering in the grandstands."


Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc): "I'm really looking forward to being back in the car. I like the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest), which is a very technical circuit, featuring several tricky areas where you pay for the slightest mistake with lap time. That's why, especially in qualifying, you have to put together the perfect lap.


"Budapest is one of my favourite stops on the calendar, because the city is so beautiful and we usually meet lots of enthusiastic fans there. It will be a bit different this time and we will do our best to put on a good show for them."

llumia
16/07/2020, 09:07
Hungary GP: Preview - McLarenTotal race distance: 306.630km/190.540 miles


Circuit Length: 4.381km/2.722 miles
Distance to Turn One: 610m/0.379 miles
Number of corners: 14 (eight right, six left)

Lando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris): "The past two races in Austria have been amazing for us and I can't wait to go racing again in Hungary. After two weeks at the same circuit we need to reset and work hard to continue building on these solid results. This track has more slower speed corners and is much tighter than in Austria. It should give us a new benchmark on the performance of the car. I've driven on this track a few times throughout my career, including at my first-ever F1 test back in 2017, so I've got good memories. I'm hoping that experience will help me to hit the ground running on Friday.


"We know we can't get ahead of ourselves only two races into the season. It's been a great start but now we need to try and maintain our momentum and fight for the best possible points."


Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz): "After a Styrian GP of mixed feelings, with a great Saturday and a very frustrating race on Sunday, I've spent a couple more days in Austria training and recharging batteries before the last grand prix of this first triple-header.

I head to Hungary with the confidence of knowing that, despite the last race result, we're all working in the right direction at McLaren (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/5/mclaren) and I feel positive after a promising start to the season.


"The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest), however, poses a different challenge to what we've faced for the past two weeks in Austria, so we must be prepared. I had a great race there last season finishing P5 and, as always, I'm looking to build on that and keep improving."


Piers Thynne, Production Director: "It's always a challenge going into a triple-header, even more so early in the season with what is essentially a brand-new car. The production team back at the MTC has done an excellent job in ensuring we have all the parts we need for the three-week period while maintaining high build quality.


"Over the two weekends in Austria we have been able to contain issues and maintain good reliability, but we can never let our guard down. It's a testament to the hard work put in by the team to achieve this level of reliability, as well as the excellent driving of Lando and Carlos to minimise the strain on spare parts.


"As the team head to Hungary, we find ourselves in a good position to push again. The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) brings a set of different challenges compared to those found in Austria, but we'll be prepared. Due to the high downforce levels needed at the tight, twisty and relatively slow-speed track in Hungary, we expect to trim the car very differently compared to the fast and flowing circuit in Austria, and this race will also give us a new test of reliability.


"Looking beyond the Hungarian GP, our attention turns to the next triple-header as we head to both grands prix at Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone) and Barcelona (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/2/barcelona). As always, we're looking to improve the car at every opportunity, and our focus will start to shift further towards car updates and away from our provision of spares. The compressed nature of this season will require teams to delicately balance resources between car upgrades and spare parts, but it's an exciting challenge and one we're ready to take on."

llumia
16/07/2020, 09:09
Hungary GP: Preview - Racing PointThe Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) is one of the lowest speed circuits on the Formula 1 calendar. While the start / finish line is 800m long, the second sector includes a succession of eight corners across the speed range that challenge both the car and driver. Maintaining rhythm is key to a strong lap here.



Overtaking at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) is a tricky proposition - but moves can be made at a couple of corners if a driver is willing to wait until the last moment to hit the brakes. Keep an eye on Turn 1 for the best of the action, with drivers able to use the DRS effect to close up on their rivals before making a move.


Dealing with soaring temperatures is one of the key challenges in Budapest. Not only do the drivers have to nurse the tyres on what is a very intensive circuit for the tyres but the track's intense physicality in such heat tests their fitness levels to the limit.


Tyre wear and overtaking challenges combine to make strategy crucial in Budapest. The track layout leads the teams to look for strategies which reduce the chance of being caught behind slower cars.


Formula 1 heads to only its second venue of the 2020 campaign in Hungary, having opened with a double-header in Austria. This is more than just a change of scenery, with the tight and twisty layout of the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) being a contrast to the high-speed nature of the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring.


How would you sum up the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) in a sentence?

Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll): "I would say it's like a mini-Monaco - but without the barriers."

How much do you enjoy visiting Budapest?

LS: "It's a great city - one of my favourites, actually. It's a beautiful place. There's no 'end of term' summer break feeling this year - but we've got the buzz of finally getting back to racing instead, which is even better!"


What are the biggest challenges at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest)?

LS: "Budapest in the middle of summer is always a scorcher. There's high track temperatures and big demands on the tyres - especially with so many low-speed traction zones. Inside the car you're always busy. It's not as intense as a street circuit, but it's only really the pit straight where you get a moment to catch your breath. All the corners flow into the next one so it's really hard to find your rhythm early in the weekend."

How much do you enjoy racing in Hungary?

Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez): "I like the layout of the lap - but I've never had much luck there. It's tight, twisty and usually makes for an interesting race, with the first sector giving us some overtaking opportunities. To throw it up the inside into Turn 1, you need to be really confident on the brakes. With a big run-off area, drivers are willing to take more risks there."


What's the key to a great lap at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest)?

SP: "We call it a technical track because it's not easy to hook up a clean lap. It's always dirty off-line and any mistakes in the low and medium speed corners are costly. Keeping your momentum is everything - more than at most other tracks."

What's your top racing memory from Hungary?

SP: "I would say it was in 2013, racing with McLaren (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/5/mclaren). It was a difficult car and not really a Q3 contender in Hungary - but I was able to put together a really strong lap to make it into Q3, qualifying ninth. And I then scored points in the race to complete a good weekend."

llumia
16/07/2020, 09:22
Hungary GP: Preview - HaasFollowing on from back-to-back events in Austria the Formula One World Championship is heading across the border to Hungary for the third round of the 2020 season.



The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest), located on the outside of Hungary's capital Budapest, has been hosting Formula One events since 1986, when the purpose-built venue brought the championship under the Iron Curtain for the first time. It quickly emerged as a popular race venue, courtesy of its close proximity to the vibrant and historic Budapest, with its gothic architecture, social ruin bars, and verdant parks, where East meets West across the Danube River.


Located in a natural valley, the technical 4.381km Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) circuit poses a challenge for teams and drivers alike, with 14 tricky turns, and little in the way of run-off. Overtaking is often at a premium at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest), placing an extra importance on grid position, while the intensely hot Hungarian summers means the tires can be severely punished. Several medium and high-speed corners mean the drivers also face a test of their endurance, particularly at the end of a triple-header of races, only the second time in history that there has been three grands prix in as many weeks.


After back-to-back races in Austria the Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team and drivers Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean) and Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen) are keen to assess its VF-20 at an entirely different race track, and continue building on the lessons that were learned across the past two weekends.


Grosjean has race-winning experience at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) in junior categories and in his first full-time Formula One campaign in 2012 recorded a podium finish, classifying third. Magnussen registered a standout seventh in 2018, with Grosjean 10th, ensuring both Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team racers brought home points. The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) was less kind the following year and thus Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team is keen to make amends as Formula One brings its opening trio of races to a close.


The team brought both cars home to the checkered flag at the Styrian Grand Prix after a disappointing double DNF the weekend before. What positives can you extract from Sunday's race result and what, if any changes were made to deliver a stronger performance?

Guenther Steiner: "Obviously the Austrian Grand Prix was a disappointment for us with having two cars not finishing. Coming back to the same place for the Styrian Grand Prix, this time we were able to finish and fight a little bit with our opponents - not in the right place, but at least it's better than last year. We need to get better in order to fight for points. It's a start and hopefully going forward we can get into that fight."


Technical gremlins have impacted both Friday practice sessions this season with Grosjean losing an FP1 for the Austrian Grand Prix and Magnussen missing out on FP1 at the Styrian Grand Prix. How much of an impact does that have in terms of the overall weekend and what measures, if any, can be implemented to minimize the risk?

GS: "After four months of not driving a Formula One car, it's obviously not good not going out in FP1, but also missing a complete session - it's a disappointment. We always try to do our best, I mean - for sure, we always try to evaluate what happened, but you can never exclude an issue. We just need to keep our heads down, try to do better every time, and try not to make any mistakes from our side."


Have you had to re-evaluate the team's goals or objectives for the season based on performances to-date?

GS: "Not really because we didn't have objectives when we started off as we didn't know where we were. Now we roughly know where we are. Obviously, we're not on the top of the mid-field, we're in the second part, we just need to get better as we go along and get more out of the car. Hopefully some of the tracks coming, they'll help us as they're a little less power sensitive."


Hungary represents the third and final leg of the opening triple-header to start the delayed 2020 season. Knowing there are at least two more triple-header stints to come on the calendar, what's your take on the flow of back-to-back race weekends - where do the challenges lie, or is it a benefit to simply keep the momentum going and continue racing?

GS: "Absolutely - keeping momentum going and go racing, that is what we need to do. I think everyone on the team is very motivated and very happy that we're back racing. For sure by the third triple-header it'll be a little bit old, and people will be tired, but at least in the next triple-header some of the team can go home in-between - that's not been possible between the Austrian and Hungarian events. It's very demanding on the guys, on everybody, but we were not doing a lot for four months at the beginning of the season. In the end though, I think we're all happy to be here and go racing."


GS: Last week saw F1 announce two additional race dates, Mugello and Sochi (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/24/sochi). What's your take on how the revised 2020 calendar is coming together and how are teams addressing the element of 'the unknown' as the final calendar is yet to be determined?

"It's good to see more of the calendar come together but there's still about two months missing I'd say. I think we'll get the October calendar pretty soon. The unknown is not fantastic, but the picture is getting clearer and clearer. The biggest thing is financially we don't know what we're getting, and we don't know what we're going to spend. It's all a little bit of a guess at the moment, but it is what it is. I think it's very difficult for Formula One to get assurances from governments that races can be held going into the later part of the year - the pandemic is not over; it changes all the time. We're just dealing with it on a day-to-day basis and hopefully we get all the details soon."


You saw the checkered flag for the first time this season at the Styrian Grand Prix finishing P13. Specifically, what areas of the car had improved in race trim compared to what you experienced the week before in the Austrian Grand Prix?

Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean): "Compared to last week, I think the cooler track temperatures helped us to get the temperature of the car under control. We still have some work to do on that point, but obviously it was better. We also learned from the set-ups, we changed things from the first week to improve.

The car behaved okay for the race. We're still not as fast as we want to be, but we've made some good progress. We now have a solid base from which to start working on for Hungary."


The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) is another relatively short track, not too dissimilar from the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring. What are the main characteristics of the circuit and what's the key to a good run there - both in qualifying and then in the race? What do you need from the car in order to be competitive?

RG: "Yes, it's a short circuit, but it's different in the way that the straight-line is much less important. You can run maximum downforce on the car - that should help the characteristics of the VF-20. You need good tire management over your qualifying run and for the race as well. It's normally very hot in Hungary at this time of the year. You need to have a car you can trust going into all those fast corners through the middle sector. The last two corners are also very important in order to get a good lap time. That's actually where I lost pole position back in 2012, I didn't go as fast as I should have on the last two turns - that's where you can gain some good time."


You have a mixed history at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) in Formula One - tending to either score points (including a third-place podium in 2012) or DNF. Do you think about that history and those results when you start preparing for the weekend or is it a clean-slate each time?

RG: "For me, Hungary holds two good memories. Obviously, there's my first time being on the front-row in qualifying from 2012 - my best qualifying slot to-date. Then in 2013 I should have won the race, but I had a couple of drive-through penalties, but I still finished sixth despite the 50-second penalty. I got home and the next morning my son, Sacha, was born. Hungary's normally the time of year we celebrate my first son's birthday. I love the atmosphere there, love the fans, love the circuit. It can be hard on you, it's a tough one, as I said, it's very hot normally. But let's see where we can go this weekend."


Hungary represents the third and final leg of the opening triple-header to start the delayed 2020 season. Knowing there are at least two more triple-header stints to come on the calendar, what's your take on the flow of back-to-back race weekends - where do the challenges lie, or is it a benefit to simply keep the momentum going and continue racing?

RG: "I think you can argue a couple of different ways. It's good to keep the momentum going, to keep that flow, but it's also hard on the body for everyone. The key is to rest well between races and make sure you come back stronger. I've said it a few times, but I really like the calendar. I like the fact that we're staying a bit more in Europe this year. I think we can have fun and it's going to be exciting as it continues."


You saw the checkered flag for the first time this season at the Styrian Grand Prix finishing P12. Specifically, what areas of the car had improved in race trim compared to what you experienced the week before in the Austrian Grand Prix?

Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen): "I think the race performance, from the Austrian to the Styrian Grand Prix, was more or less the same. That was good as the car was actually pretty strong in race condition at the Austrian Grand Prix. But obviously we had the brake problem that hindered our performance there - which we didn't then have as bad at the Styrian Grand Prix. I think generally the car is very good in race conditions, especially compared to qualifying trim. Qualifying is really where we need to focus because the race performance is decent."


The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) is another relatively short track, not too dissimilar from the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring. What are the main characteristics of the circuit and what's the key to a good run there - both in qualifying and then in the race? What do you need from the car in order to be competitive?

KM: "The only real similarity is the length of the lap, I don't think they have a lot else in common. The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) is a much lower speed track, there's less straight-line speed there meaning the sensitivity there on a lap time is less. Hopefully that can be a good thing for us as we saw at the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring our straight-line speed isn't the strongest."


You've had just one points scoring finish in five starts at the Hungarian Grand Prix - a seventh place effort with Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) in 2018. How would you categorize your relationship with the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest), and do you think about those results when you start preparing for the weekend?

KM: "To me, it doesn't mean anything what I've done in the past - whether I've had good results or not. There's always an opportunity for a good result no matter what. I don't see it like I have a particular weakness in Hungary. In the past, before Formula One, the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) has been very good to me. I've won races there and been successful. Just because I haven't had good fortune there in Formula One, it doesn't mean there's any particular weakness there. I think we have a better chance of scoring points in Hungary than we did at the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring - even though that track has been very good to us in the past with Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas)."


Hungary represents the third and final leg of the opening triple-header to start the delayed 2020 season. Knowing there are at least two more triple-header stints to come on the calendar, what's your take on the flow of back-to-back race weekends - where do the challenges lie, or is it a benefit to simply keep the momentum going and continue racing?

KM: "I think it's only a positive. I only have good things to say about these triple-headers. Of course, if we had a full season of triple-headers from March to December, that would be pretty stressful. But as we find ourselves in this situation where the first half of the season has been canceled, I think it's only good we get as many races in as possible. The good thing about it is you get really fit. You're driving the car all the time, every week, and your neck gets very strong. You're getting accustomed to driving the car a lot which you don't normally get the chance to. Your general fitness level is very good when you don't drive the car, you're in the gym working out, but your racing fitness becomes much better when you're driving the car - so that's the positive. I've missed driving the car, I've missed racing, so at the moment I can't get enough."

llumia
16/07/2020, 09:59
Hungary GP: Preview - WilliamsFollowing the restart of the 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship in Austria, the team makes its way across the border for the final leg in the opening triple header at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) in Budapest. Once again, the event will be held behind closed doors to ensure the safety of all involved.



Whilst being one of the shorter tracks on the calendar, the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest)'s undulations and lack of straights ensure that it's key for drivers to find a good rhythm in order to set a quick lap time. Many relish this challenge and it is no surprise that the Hungarian Grand Prix is a popular race on the Formula One calendar.


Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: Following two weekends in the Austrian countryside, we have relocated 350km east to the historic city of Budapest. The circuit layout and characteristics of the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) are as different from the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring as the scenery is between Budapest and the Styrian Mountains. The circuit here demands high levels of downforce, excellent ride characteristics and a car balance that offers the driver precision in a range of corner types. Overtaking is difficult and there is consequently a greater emphasis on qualifying performance.


Although Pirelli bring the same compound selection to this event that they made available in both Austrian rounds, the behaviour could be quite different here, especially if the track is very hot.


Last year George enjoyed one of his best qualifying results of the year at this event and it is a circuit that he enjoys and excels at. Nicholas too has a lot of experience here and he understands how the car needs adjusting to suit the particular demands of the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest).


Back to back races in Austria has allowed us to learn quite quickly about the FW43 and to develop rapid solutions to some of the minor issues we uncovered a fortnight ago. Our job this weekend is to apply that knowledge to a new venue and to continue to push every aspect of the car's performance.


George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/67338/drivers/66/george-russell): I am really looking forward to Hungary. I think the circuit characteristics will suit our car better than Austria did. We have got a bit of work to do off the back of the race in Austria, as our race pace wasn't as strong as our qualifying pace, so we need to understand why. Nevertheless, Hungary is a great track, it is one of my favourites and it will be fun to drive around that circuit again.


Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi): I am excited to get back going straight away. Personally, I am a fan of the back-to-back races, especially as I am in a period of learning and the more information that I can take on is just going to accelerate that. Although triple headers can seem quite a lot, for me it's ideal. Budapest is a track that has never been one of my favourites on the calendar, but I have had some of my better races there in the past, so I'm looking forward to hopefully continuing that trend. The track is tight and twisty with not a lot of room to rest, it is very demanding on both the driver, but also the car. It will be important to get the right balance. This circuit was quite strong for the team last year, so that bodes well.

llumia
16/07/2020, 10:00
Hungary GP: Preview - RenaultDaniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo) narrowly missed out on a top six finish in a tight Styrian Grand Prix at the weekend. Focus now turns to the fast and flowing Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest), a circuit the Australian relishes, as he aims for a better points reward.



How much do you enjoy racing at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest)?

Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo): I can't wait to get back to Budapest. I'm glad it's on the revised calendar as it's one of my favourite circuits. I'm pumped to have a good one this time around and trying this year's car on a high-downforce circuit for the first time. I'm quite enjoying these back-to-back races and, since we've been competitive in Austria, I know we're going to have a chance in Hungary for a good result.


Where are the key areas of a lap there?

DR: It's a track with its own challenges. It's fast, tight, but that doesn't mean overtaking isn't possible. It's quite a busy lap at the wheel, especially the middle sector with corners coming quite quickly one after the other. It's a good drivers' track and a great challenge. Even physically, it's quite hard, especially with the heat.


What are your thoughts after the Styrian Grand Prix?

DR: I think it's a little frustrating as we know more points were there for the taking. We held onto sixth for so long and two laps from the end it came undone. It was a positive race with a decent start and solid pace in general. There are positives from it and we showed the speed for a better result. We have another chance this weekend; we're moving in the right direction and the car has taken a step forward. We just need to extract the most from it and show where we deserve to be in the standings.


Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon)'s Styrian Grand Prix may have ended early, but the French driver heads to Hungary with confidence as he gears up to tackle his favourite circuit on the 2020 calendar.


How much do you enjoy racing in Hungary?

Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon): I definitely love Budapest and it's actually one of my favourite tracks. It's fantastic to drive, especially when you get the car set up to how you want it. I have some really good memories there from Formula 3, when I took three pole positions and won two of the three races. I've also been confident there in Formula 1 but maybe without the results to show for it. We showed good pace in Austria this year and hopefully we can take that forward to Hungary. We're getting better but we know it's points on the board that counts.


What should you look out for on a lap there?

EO: I love the flow of the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest); it's twisty and fast and just a lot of fun. The first sector contains the long straight into Turn 1 with overtaking opportunities and then again at Turn 2 where you can also make a pass. Turn 4 is quick and blind but really nice when you get it right. The middle sector is very much medium to fast corners with the chicane the only exception. You need to find a good flow through there and piece all the corners together to make up lap-time. The tricky part of the lap is the final couple of corners. The tyres get very hot, meaning less grip, so you have to be quite mindful there.


How do you aim to bounce back after last weekend's retirement?

EO: We're all very disappointed with what happened in the race. It took a big team effort on Saturday to put ourselves in a good position and we were running in a decent place during the race. It's a shame but that's motorsport sometimes. With the races coming one after the other, it does bring an immediate opportunity to comeback stronger and do our best for a good result. I'm confident we can do that.


The Styrian Grand Prix left the team with mixed feelings after a strong Saturday showing before leaving points on the table on Sunday. Focus turns to the non-stop flow of the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) for the third race in a triple-header as Chief Race Engineer Ciaron Pilbeam looks ahead to this weekend's race.


What are the main considerations for the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest)?

Ciaron Pilbeam: The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) has a lot of corners and not many straights, which makes it a high-downforce circuit where most teams will run maximum downforce. There are not many very low speed corners, and the middle sector in particular is mainly medium speed where finding a flow is quite important. Because of this circuit layout tyre overheating can be an issue, especially at the rear. Even in qualifying rear overheating in the last few corners can be a problem, and sometimes you have to compromise the car balance to find the best overall lap time.


It's very difficult to overtake at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) with Turn 1 probably the best chance to make a move. It can be a struggle to get past someone even if you're quicker and that places an emphasis on having a strong qualifying performance.


What kind of performance are we expecting?

CP: We're encouraged from what we have seen from the car so far this year. It has been consistently better in Barcelona (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/2/barcelona) and Austria, the two circuits we've been at this season. I don't think these improvements are circuit specific, and we would expect this progression to carry over to other circuits. It can be hot in central Europe at this time of year, especially in Budapest, so we may need to run more cooling on the car, although the weather forecast at the moment is for a mainly cool weekend with the possibility of some rain.


How does the team reflect on the Styrian Grand Prix?

CP: The Styrian Grand Prix was a mixed weekend for us. Our cars qualified well in the wet session on Saturday and were looking good to capitalise on that in the race on Sunday. However, we did not score the points that we could have, and that is the ultimate measure of our performance, so we cannot be satisfied. Nevertheless, the car has clearly improved and showed good pace all weekend in both wet and dry conditions at a circuit where we have struggled in the past, so we can be optimistic about the coming races.

llumia
16/07/2020, 10:02
Hungary GP: Preview - AlphaTauriPierre Gasly (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/53/pierre-gasly): "I could sum up my two weekends in Austria as Race 1: a good result to finish seventh and score points, and Race 2: it was a great qualifying to make it to Q3 and seventh on the grid, but a disappointing result. Right after the start, I got hit and the damage to the floor and other parts meant I could not run at the pace we had. At least Daniil picked up a point, although I had expected to do better from seventh on the grid.



"Overall, I got a positive feeling after these two opening races, however, we still have a lot of work to do if we want to finish in the top ten on a regular basis. It wasn't a bad start to the season and we already saw some signs of progress from the first to the second race. We had a new front wing for the Styrian GP and I think that helped a lot in terms of performance. Now we must continue to work hard and move in the right direction. The team's development programme should produce something positive in the next few weeks to help us fight our competitors in the midfield.


"As for the Paddock life, it was an unusual experience racing in these special conditions. You get around the paddock much quicker, but the biggest difference is the lack of spectators, so it's less lively and there's not much of a buzz around the place. To be honest, for the drivers, it's not that bad having fewer people in the paddock because we have more free time. We get more time to rest so we have more energy when it's time to drive. But in terms of atmosphere, the fact there's no one around means it's not the same.


"Now we come to Hungary. People say it's all about Saturday qualifying, which is partly true, but it's not like Monaco, in that there are some places where you can overtake at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest). Apart from that, it's one of my favourite tracks and I love racing there. You can get into a really nice rhythm at this track, so it's one of the highlights of the season for me. It's a big change from Austria in terms of the set-up you need on the car, so we will have to see how we go on a more twisty track layout with fewer straights, I think it might suit us better."


Daniil Kvyat (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/32/daniil-kvyat): "The past two weeks in Austria brought mixed emotions. After the first race, I was disappointed with myself as I could have brought home some big points. However, I had to immediately leave my frustration behind as the turnaround between Grands Prix was fast. Then for the second race, we had a lot of potential to get into Q3 on Saturday, but I got blocked on track and missed out on that. It meant the race was very challenging starting that far back, but I'm happy with how I managed and how the team handled the race. Even though we lacked a bit of pace, we defended well and kept cool heads and managed to bring home a point under difficult circumstances. So I was quite happy to conclude that day at the office with a point.


"We were able to make some progress on the car between the two races, but it can be hard to see that, especially when everyone is doing the same and you are on the same track again just a few days later. We lacked some pace in the second race, but I felt as though I'd squeezed everything I could out of the car, which was pleasing from a driving point of view.


"I'm not sure what we can expect this weekend in Hungary. We will have to go there and see how the car behaves on that kind of track on Friday, as it's very different to the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring. I hope we will have a bit more performance and once again score points.


"Life at the track has certainly been different as you're not allowed to do much outside of your own bubble. With what's been happening, it's been a lonely world for quite a while now and this has just made it a little bit lonelier! But I'm not complaining, because every time I get to drive the car I really enjoy it. It's cool, we are very focused on the actual racing and I think that's not bad at all. Of course, it means that on Sunday night after a race, you just have a quiet evening. But that's no bad thing when we have race after race, so it's important to keep a good rhythm."

llumia
16/07/2020, 10:03
Hungary GP: Preview - Alfa RomeoIt's race week... again! Our busy summer of racing continues this weekend with the Hungarian Grand Prix, the final event of the triple header of races that kick-started the 2020 season. After two events on the fast layout of Austria, we head to Budapest for something at the other end of the scale - the tight and twisty Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest).



Once famously described as "Monaco without the walls" (and the yachts, one may add), this track, first added to the F1 calendar in 1986, has often produced chaotic races and surprise results; usually placed just before summer shutdown in the baking heat of early August, it's a technical track with corners in quick succession, one that offers tough conditions for the drivers, who can only catch a breath - briefly - on the short home straight. It's also a venue that can be challenging for the crew in the garage: even though we are a few weeks earlier than the race's usual slot, the temperature in Budapest is expecting to be soaring and, coming at the end of three weeks of relentless work, it will put a strain on bodies and minds.


Complicated races, however, are often those which produce opportunities: as such, we will all need to be in tip-top form to make the most of any chance coming our way. The work of understanding and extracting the potential out of the C39 continues, and we have shown in Austria (both weeks) that both our cars can be in contention for the points.

Robert Kubica (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/63/robert-kubica), will once again step behind the wheel of the C39 as he takes over Kimi's car during FP1.


The crowds that welcomed his return to Formula One during a test at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) in 2017 won't be there, unfortunately, due to the restrictions imposed by the response to the coronavirus pandemic: but nonetheless, the support of all of Robert's fans, from Poland and beyond, will be felt as if the grandstands were full.


Having contributed to the team's effort in the second Austrian weekend, Kubica will be called again to provide his feedback and expertise as the team continues the understanding and development of the C39, before Kimi returns to the car for FP2 and the rest of the weekend.


Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "Starting the season with a triple header is a challenge, but also an opportunity. It's a chance for us to put into practice all we learnt in the first two races and continue to improve our car, having immediate answers to our questions. We have made steps forward between the first and the second race in Austria and that is the path on which we aim to continue in Budapest. Of course, the track is a completely different kind compared to the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring, so we will need to adapt. We have scored points in one race and finished just outside the top ten in the other: we know that if we do our job right, we can come home with a positive result."


Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen): "Hungary as a track is the opposite of what we experienced in Austria. The track is narrow and slow, so setting up the car will be a completely different challenge compared to the last two weeks. Overtaking here is difficult, so optimising our performance in qualifying will be crucial if we want to make the most of our race pace. The battle in the midfield is quite close, so starting ahead of your rivals is a big advantage we need to take. We had a good race here last summer and hopefully we can come home with another strong result."


Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi): "It's race number three of the season and I can't wait to be in the car again. We have learnt a lot in the last two races and I feel our performance has increased from the first race to last weekend's, so it is time to turn this progress into points. The track in Budapest should suit us a bit better than Austria, so we can be confident to be in the mix from the start of the weekend to the end."


Robert Kubica (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/63/robert-kubica): "Driving one of these cars is always an incredible feeling and therefore I can't wait for Friday. Emotions aside, we cannot forget how crucial car development is, especially in this compressed 2020 season. The team needs data and feedback and providing as much valuable information is what I am here for. We had a productive weekend last time out and my aim is to help the team make another step forward here in Hungary."

llumia
16/07/2020, 11:10
Hungary GP: Preview - PirelliThe delayed 2020 Formula 1 season continues at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) with the third race of a triple-header: never seen before in F1, except once in 2018. The tyre selections are the same as the previous two races in Austria: C2 as the P Zero White hard, C3 as the P Zero Yellow medium, and C4 as the P Zero Red soft.



That's not the only thing remaining the same: this year the drivers will all have the same allocations: two sets of hard tyres, three sets of mediums, and eight sets of soft.


The C2, C3, and C4 compounds were also chosen in Hungary last year, as they are well-suited to the famously tight and twisty characteristics of the track, as well as to the high temperatures expected this weekend.


Like the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring, the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) is a short four-kilometre lap with several changes in elevation. However, it's much slower and more flowing, putting the emphasis on mechanical rather than aerodynamic grip.


With tyre wear being normally quite low, this has often been a one-stop race. However, last year's winner Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton) made a second stop late in the race - with five different tyre strategies seen in the top five. Managing degradation was key to the race.


One of the reasons for last year's unpredictability was the mixed conditions in free practice, but normally Hungary is one of the hottest races of the year. The lack of airflow due to the nature of the track makes it particularly tough on drivers and cars.


The tyres too face a challenge at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest), due to the non-stop sequence of 14 mainly slow corners, with only one short straight at the start-finish. This means that the tyres are constantly working: some drivers even compare it to their time in karting.


Mario Isola: "For the first time, the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) is only the third race of the year. With the same tyre nominations and allocations as the first two races - at a venue that is well-established on the F1 calendar - the drivers should have a good idea of what to expect. Last year's race broke a lap record that had stood since 2004, so it will be interesting to see if the times come down further with the 2020 cars, which of course still use our 2019 tyres. The Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) is a very demanding track on both cars and drivers, where managing overheating is always essential, and so it's thrown up a few surprises in the past. It's going to be interesting to see if the disrupted start to the season has any effect on the competitive order this weekend, with some teams bringing new developments as well."

llumia
16/07/2020, 19:52
Galería del Jueves (AMuS):

https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/f1-fotos-gp-ungarn-2020-budapest-donnerstag-erste-bilder/

McHouserphy
16/07/2020, 20:57
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McHouserphy
17/07/2020, 13:44
Los números de la FP1 en Hungaroring:

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https://imgur.com/wBiEOgh.png

llumia
17/07/2020, 17:01
El equipo Red Bull Racing, estuvo probando en el auto de MV un fondo plano nuevo, previsto para el GP de GB, y la pletina lateral del alerón trasero, ya probada durante el GP de Styria:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EdHpAjrXgAAnxfa?format=jpg&name=900x900

Fuente: NicolasF1i

llumia
17/07/2020, 17:11
Galería AMuS (Viernes):

https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/f1-fotos-gp-ungarn-2020-budapest-freitag-training/

llumia
17/07/2020, 17:25
W11: Prefiero el color negro al plata:

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Lewis-Hamilton-Mercedes-Formel-1-GP-Ungarn-Budapest-17-Juli-2020-169Gallery-253f4eee-1707513.jpg

GoVal
17/07/2020, 17:34
FORMULA 1 ARAMCO MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2020 - Hungaroring - Budapest
Resultados FP2
Viernes, 17 de julio de 2020


Sesión marcada por la lluvia.


https://i.imgur.com/qXCRCAW.png

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McHouserphy
17/07/2020, 17:46
Los números de la húmeda FP2:

https://imgur.com/XJYsKcz.png

https://imgur.com/BaTfT0E.png

llumia
17/07/2020, 18:10
SF1000: Detalle zona "placas barcaza":

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Sebastian-Vettel-Ferrari-Formel-1-GP-Ungarn-Budapest-17-Juli-2020-169Gallery-9babf9c6-1707516.jpg

llumia
17/07/2020, 18:13
W11: Difusor y vista trasera:

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Lewis-Hamilton-Mercedes-Formel-1-GP-Ungarn-Budapest-17-Juli-2020-169Gallery-c9d70b3f-1707517.jpg

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Lewis-Hamilton-Mercedes-Formel-1-GP-Ungarn-Budapest-17-Juli-2020-169Gallery-c9d70b3f-1707517.jpg

llumia
17/07/2020, 18:19
RB16: MV probando la pletina lateral del alerón trasero (RWEP), ya introducida en el pasado GP, y el nuevo fondo plano, donde en su parte inferior se puede observar que han añadido un número genroso de generadores de vórices:

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Max-Verstappen-Red-Bull-Formel-1-GP-Ungarn-Budapest-17-Juli-2020-169Gallery-4a0a1270-1707519.jpg

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Max-Verstappen-Red-Bull-Formel-1-GP-Ungarn-Budapest-17-Juli-2020-169Gallery-4a0a1270-1707519.jpg

llumia
17/07/2020, 18:20
MCL35: Difusor y vista trasera:

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Carlos-Sainz-McLaren-Formel-1-GP-Ungarn-Budapest-17-Juli-2020-169Gallery-250b77a9-1707520.jpg

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Carlos-Sainz-McLaren-Formel-1-GP-Ungarn-Budapest-17-Juli-2020-169Gallery-250b77a9-1707520.jpg

llumia
17/07/2020, 18:22
RS20: Detalle zona "placas barcaza":

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Esteban-Ocon-Renault-Formel-1-GP-Ungarn-Budapest-17-Juli-2020-169Gallery-2df09211-1707521.jpg

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Esteban-Ocon-Renault-Formel-1-GP-Ungarn-Budapest-17-Juli-2020-169Gallery-2df09211-1707521.jpg

deivison
17/07/2020, 22:40
Batalha entre Racing Point e Renault fora das pistas. Motivo: Os dutos de freios da Racing PointApós realizada a etapa da Estíria (No circuito Red Bull Ring) a Renault entrou com um protesto contra a equipe Racing Point. Isso por causa dos dutos de freios da equipe de Lawrence Stroll, que esses dutos seriam copias exatas do W10 (Carro da Mercedes de 2019).


O Fato é que o RP20 é uma copia do W10. Ou seja, os projetistas da Racing Point copiam fielmente ao carro da Mercedes. Dá para observar que o carro RP20 é bem semelhante ao carro da Mercedes campeão de 2019. No Regulamento, as equipes tem o direito de usar componentes do carro fornecidos por outras equipes. Desde de que fosse listados. O que a Racing Point usa são os motores, suspensão e câmbio.


Os dutos de freios, porém não teriam sido listados pela Racing Point. Isso fez com que a Renault entrasse com o protesto. Esse protesto acabou sendo aceito pela FIA, entidade que vai ser julgado em breve.


Se analisamos os dois carros, dá para ver semelhanças entre eles. Não é a primeira vez que os carros são copiados os semelhantes. Basta ver no passado da Formula 1. Nos anos 70, era normal as vendas de carros vencedores (ou nem tão vencedores) para equipes menores. Por exemplo tivemos o carro de 1974 da equipe Mclaren, O M23 foi utilizado durante 4 anos por algumas equipes menores.


http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/monaco75-16.jpg

Em 1995, as equipes Benetton e Ligier tiveram exatamente o mesmo carro. Ambas eram comandadas pelo picareta Flavio Briatore, O Diretor da equipe Benetton comprou a Ligier e colocou o Antigo dono da equipe Arrows (Entre 1996 a 2002) Tom Walkinshaw. Ambos eram diretores da Benetton antes.


http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Belgica1995-6.jpg

http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Belgica1995-24.jpg

Briatore comprou a Ligier para obter os motores Renault para a Benetton e deixou a equipe francesa com os motores Mugen-Honda. Essa manobra tanto em 1995 como hoje é absolutamente imoral, mas acabou passando pelas lentes da FIA sem qualquer punição.


http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Super-Aguri-2007.jpg

Nos primeiros anos de Toro Rosso, a equipe usava os chassis do ano anterior da Red Bull. Isso aconteceu em 2006, 2007 e 2008. Assim como aconteceu na Super Aguri que pegou os Chassis da Honda de 2006 e 2007 para usarem na temporada de 2007 e em 2008 (Até que a equipe entrou em falência depois do GP da Espanha de 2008).


http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Haas_2016.jpg

A Haas pega vários componentes do carro da Ferrari para estrear na Formula 1 em 2016. Isso para se que evitasse o vexame de equipes como HRT, Marussia e Caterham na categoria. Agora temos esse caso da Racing Point no começo da temporada.


Carro da Mercedes de 2019


http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/Monaco_domingo_F12019-7.jpg

Carro da Racing Point de 2020


http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/estiria_sexta_2020-5-1024x683.jpg

A minha opinião é que um duto de freios ser reproduzido fielmente é bem difícil. A Racing Point tem um desenho 90% semelhante ao carro da Mercedes. Uma copia de um carro vencedor por uma equipe de meio de pelotão não será uma garantia de que o carro será vencedor.


Até aqui em duas corridas, mesmo com uma melhora considerável do desempenho da Racing Point, esse carro não se mostrou vencedor, não fez nem Perez e muito menos Stroll disputar vitórias e nem se quer conseguiram lugares no pódio. O protesto da Renault por causa dos dutos pode ser um protesto justo, mas também pode ser para mascarar o fato da equipe francesa não ter tido competência para fazer um carro competitivo.


Porém, não acredito que esse protesto vá dar em alguma coisa. Os freios são da temporada passada e mesmo que sejam iguais é preciso provar que isso vai dar em alguma coisa. Se esses freios não foram listados então os projetistas da Racing Point não devem ter feito nada além de tentar reproduzir esse sistema. Isso elimina a possibilidade da equipe ser punida. Agora, se for provado algo de ilegal, a equipe tem que ser punida.


Não podemos esquecer que na Formula 1, existem vários fotógrafos trabalhando e espiões de outras equipes, que ficam observando outros carros, componentes e inovações aerodinâmicas. Então, existe a possibilidade da peça ser sido só uma copia do Duto de freio da Mercedes W10.


http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/F1_estiria_domingo_2020-15-1024x683.jpg
A Racing Point disse que o carro esta dentro do regulamento e que o modelo RP20 foi aprovado pela FIA para a temporada de 2020. Caso os dutos sejam considerados ilegais a equipe sofrerá punições, até mesmo perder todos os pontos conquistados até agora. Com 22 pontos, a Racing Point esta na 4ªposição no Mundial de Construtores.


Texto: Deivison da Conceição da Silva
Fotos: Formel1mic/Mercedes/Racing Point
Fonte: http://portalsportszone.com.br/batalha-entre-racing-point-e-renault-fora-das-pistas-motivo-os-dutos-de-freios-da-racing-point/

llumia
18/07/2020, 00:29
Impresiones de los distintos equipos después de la jornada de prácticas del viernes:

Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Mercedes


The Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes)-AMG Petronas F1 Team tops the timesheets in dry FP1, before limited running in wet FP2.


Lewis set the pace in the morning session, with Valtteri just 0.086s behind in P2. Valtteri finished P2 in the rain-affected afternoon session, while Lewis was classified P16 after not setting a timed lap.


The team focused on single-lap and long-run performance in FP1, before completing only a handful of laps in the wet FP2 - in order to save tyres for later in the weekend.


Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton): We got everything done that we needed to in the first session. The car felt good out there in FP1 although there was still some work to do, so we made some changes for the second session - then it rained, so we've still got learning to do tomorrow. The wet conditions in FP2 didn't really leave us with a lot to do, so we just completed an installation lap on the Intermediate tyres. This is such a great track to drive in the dry, but it's very tricky in the wet and it felt quite low grip out there today. Looking ahead to Qualifying tomorrow, I think it is going to be a lot closer as it's not such a power-dependent circuit. I'm hoping for a tighter pack, it'd be great to see the Renaults doing well, the McLarens are doing a fantastic job, as are the Racing Points, it's really exciting to see. We also expect Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) to be strong, so I anticipate a tough battle with them.


Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas): The car didn't feel too bad in the dry today in FP1. It seemed like we were in a good place balance-wise, although I was struggling with a bit of understeer but that can be fixed, and I think it wasn't a bad start. Obviously, it would have been nice to get some more practice laps in during the afternoon, fine-tuning the balance more, but the conditions were the same for everyone. The grip level was pretty low in FP2 in the wet. I got to get a feel for the balance in those conditions and I tried both the Inter and Wet tyres. They both felt pretty similar. It looks like we'll see more rain this weekend so I'm sure we can keep working on the car and doing a better job, before qualifying and the race.


Andrew Shovlin: The first session was pretty good. We ran an unusual tyre order with the soft tyres first and the harder tyres second. That was driven by the fact we were most interested in the long-run information on Medium and Hard and with a wet second practice on our forecast, it seemed the best way to be sure of getting the data we needed. The car was working well; both drivers were happy with the balance on Soft and it was quite easy to bring the tyres in. We thought we'd look quick on those runs by virtue of being on softer rubber than our competitors. However, it was a bit surprising how competitive we were on the second runs. With Lewis on the Hard tyre and Valtteri on the Medium, they were both able to beat their previous times and ended up first and second in the order. You never know fuel loads and Power Unit modes until Qualifying, but we do look to have made a decent start. The long-run pace seemed fine and as we'd seen last year, the Soft doesn't look like a great race tyre. The second session wasn't great for learning. With Valtteri we checked out the Wet tyre but didn't want to put many laps on it. Both cars then installed an Intermediate towards the end of the session so that they can carry it into final practice tomorrow. The weather looks quite unsettled for the remainder of the event which is going to keep everyone on their toes.

llumia
18/07/2020, 00:32
Hungary GP: Practice team notes - FerrariScuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) got on with the work it was unable to complete at the Styrian Grand Prix, because of the bad weather that led to FP3 being cancelled and then the incident at turn 3 on the opening lap of the race. It meant the team was unable to evaluate the upgraded parts it had introduced. During Friday free practice in Hungary, Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel) and Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) therefore continued gathering data on the new aero package introduced a week ago. They covered a total of 77 laps and Vettel set the fastest time in the wet second session.



This morning, both SF1000s were in the same configuration as at the Styrian GP, thanks to the great efforts of the people in Maranello who, in record time, rebuilt the components damaged in Spielberg. The two drivers ran different tyre programmes: Vettel started on the Hard tyre posting a 1:19.032, while Leclerc was on Mediums when he did a 1:18.803.

They rapidly improved getting down to 1:18.408 and 1:18.285 respectively. It then began to rain quite persistently so all the drivers returned to the garages.


When the track dried out, the two Ferraris went back out and set their best times: Vettel in 1:17.238 and Leclerc in 1:17.464 to go sixth and seventh. The final part of the session was spent as usual working in race trim. Both drivers set consistent times over their long run, completing a good number of laps.


The second free practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix was significantly affected by rain that fell heavily on Budapest from 2pm. Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel) was fastest in the very wet conditions, while Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) was tenth.


The cars stayed in the garages for the first part of the session, waiting for conditions to improve. The particularly cool weather was not much help in drying out the track, even when cars began running. The Scuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) drivers waited for some other cars to go out, but there was still not much grip to be found, so Seb and Charles waited a further ten minutes and then went out on Wet tyres. Sebastian soon showed he was comfortable and after a few laps, stopped the clocks in 1:40.464. Charles made a couple of driving errors on his way to a 1:43.725.

Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel): "I think this morning was ok. This track should be a bit better for us and let's hope that's the case tomorrow, but we won't know until we hit qualifying.

"We did more laps than others in the wet, because after the weaknesses we showed last week, we need to understand the car a bit better. We need laps to gain confidence in the car. It's not a secret that there's still a lot of homework to do, but overall we seem to be a bit more competitive.


"The weather looks like being changeable in the next few days, but if it's dry like Austria, it'll be ok as we were also good this morning on a dry track. I am looking forward to tomorrow."


Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc): "Today things went better than we expected. We arrived here with basically the same car we had in Austria but it seems to suit this track better, which is good to see. There are fewer straights here compared to the last race venue and here, we are quick around the corners.


"This afternoon, in the rain, we struggled a bit as we were trying out a few things and I wasn't very happy as I was lacking a bit of confidence in the wet, but we've seen some positive signs this morning. In my first run on extreme wet tyres I only did two laps, which is not really representative, but looking at Seb's lap time on the same tyre, he did a great job and there's probably something positive to take from that.


"I am really looking forward to tomorrow. Hopefully we can convert these positive signs in free practice into a positive result in quali and in the race but there's still quite a lot of work to do on my side and I'll try to be in a good place tomorrow."

llumia
18/07/2020, 00:34
Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Red BullMax Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen): "FP1 was not what we wanted and we have a lot to look into. It's a shame that it was raining this afternoon for FP2 because we already had a few things to change and we could have had a good comparison to work from. Luckily, we have overnight to look at the data and for sure we will make some changes and try to improve the overall balance for tomorrow. There are strong areas to our car but we still have work to do to match Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes). The weather looks like it could be a bit like today for the rest of the weekend and we don't know how much rain will come yet, but that is the same for everyone. It's still early days and we haven't done much running, so there is no point in making any guesses about how the rest of the weekend will look yet."



Alex Albon: "The weather has been hurting us as we're trying to understand the car at a new circuit after two weeks at the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring. FP1 wasn't ideal and then with the downpour we couldn't exactly try anything for FP2. We'll have a look through the data from this morning and see what we can do for tomorrow. I think the car is lacking a bit of predictability, not so much in one corner or sector but just little bits everywhere. There have definitely been places where we've made improvements, like at R02 compared to R01, but it just hasn't followed through to here like we would have expected. The weather looks mixed for the weekend but I'd prefer it to be dry so we're able to learn and make progress."

llumia
18/07/2020, 00:36
Hungary GP: Practice team notes - McLarenLando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris): "Today was quite tricky. We're in a very different situation to Austria in terms of car balance and what we're suffering with. This was a good track for us last year, but after the feeling this morning it wasn't looking quite as good. We've got some work to do if it's going to be dry tomorrow.



"I think the weather conditions tomorrow are still a bit unknown, so it's all still to play for. I think we can probably make some progress and go again tomorrow."


Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz): "It's been a challenging Friday for us here at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest). In FP1 we struggled with the balance more than we wanted to, and putting good laps together was quite tricky compared to our performance in Austria. We're finding different challenges and we need to make sure we adapt to these, just in case it's dry tomorrow. In the wet we did very little running, but otherwise had a decent feeling with the car.


"We had a specific test programme for FP2 to try different set-ups and improve our performance in dry conditions, but we obviously couldn't do it. So, if it's dry tomorrow, we'll need to work hard to pull it all together and get it right for quali."


Andrea Stella, Racing Director: "This morning wasn't the hot Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) we're used to seeing, but even though it was cold, we could work during FP1 like any normal practice session and go through the programme. We learned where car performance has its limitations, and what we have to work on. We also ran the Soft tyre on consecutive laps and discovered that it is quite fragile.


"We made changes to the car during the break and wanted to test them in FP2, but the session was consistently wet and all we could do was assess the level of grip for the Intermediate and Wet tyres. This year the grip in the wet seems to be very low, and we'll have to adapt to this as well in case it's wet in qualifying or Sunday's race."

llumia
18/07/2020, 00:39
Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Renault NEWS STORY
Renault (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/13/renault) DP World F1 Team completed a productive Friday's practice at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) today with Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo) fifth and Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon) tenth on the dry, Free Practice 1 timesheets.



All eyes on the pit wall were on the weather with rain expected throughout the weekend in the Hungarian capital.


Free Practice 1 took place under dry conditions with both Daniel and Esteban running Pirelli's Medium and Hard tyres.

Daniel recorded the fifth fastest time, while Esteban was a couple of tenths adrift in tenth place.


As forecast, heavy rain interrupted the afternoon session with both drivers completing a solitary lap on Intermediate tyres


We made good progress in FP1 both in low fuel and high fuel and we're well prepared if we see rain during the rest of the weekend.


Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo): "The morning was pretty good and I felt we got into it right from the get-go. It was a bit like the first session in Austria, when we got into the track quite quickly and found a solid base set-up straight away. I'm happy with the start to the weekend and I'm feeling good. It was too wet in the afternoon, so we took it easy on the Intermediates, meaning we save a set of Wets for tomorrow. Otherwise, I'm feeling positive and content with our Friday's work."


Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon): "Practice one went well and we ran through the programme with no issues. We can see that the car is working quite well, but as normal for a Friday, there are a few things we can improve. We can see we have a fairly quick car, however, we'll need to confirm that tomorrow when it counts. At the moment, it's a good start to the weekend, I'm comfortable in all conditions and we'll see what weather we have for tomorrow and Sunday."


Ciaron Pilbeam, Chief Race Engineer: "We had a very good morning session where both drivers ran the Hard and the Medium compounds, mainly on low fuel but with some high fuel running at the end. We've completed a lot of the homework that we need to do on a Friday. The afternoon session was pretty much washed out. The full Wet tyre was fine to run, but it was too wet for the Intermediate. With the possibility of a wet qualifying and race, a lot of teams are saving Wet tyres in case they are required for the rest of the weekend. Despite the weather conditions, we've had a good day.

We were comfortable when it rained last weekend in Austria and we'll be ready to run in the wet this weekend if we need to."

llumia
18/07/2020, 00:41
Hungary GP: Practice team notes - AlphaTauriPierre Gasly (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/53/pierre-gasly): "It wasn't a very productive day for us. We got no running this morning due to an issue on the car which cost us quite a bit of time. The afternoon session was wet so we just did a few laps, which is obviously not ideal considering we couldn't run in FP1. There is still another practice session tomorrow morning, which should be dry, so that we can set-up the car for Quali. We'll try to work with Dany's data from this morning to try and have a better day tomorrow."



Daniil Kvyat (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/32/daniil-kvyat): "We had a few things to test this morning on dry tyres. We had the feeling there was room for improvement and we were looking forward to making some changes to improve for FP2 but then it became wet, so we could not proceed as planned. We did a few laps to check the car behaviour in wet conditions, when it's very important to make the tyres work and it seems like we didn't manage it, as I was sliding quite a lot. We will have to analyse all the data and get ready for tomorrow."


Guillaume Dezoteux (Head of Vehicle Performance): "FP1 was a difficult one for us today as only Daniil could hit the track and run because of an issue on Pierre's car. The first baseline run was tricky in terms of balance as the car was suffering some understeer in most of the corners.

"The long run consistency looked quite ok but again, we had a significant level of understeer and some front tyre graining started to appear on the medium compound. As for competitiveness, we were not really where we wanted to be, but we didn't put a clean lap together when the tyres were at their peak. We have seen many cars having heavy front tyre graining on the soft tyre and this could play an interesting role going forward in the weekend and during the race if it's dry.


"During this afternoon's second session, we had quite a lot of rain. We did an installation lap on car 10 to check that the repairs done over lunch were effective. It was a track for full wet tyres at all times and the running on intermediate tyres was only to get the set replaced for tomorrow. Both drivers struggled with grip and balance. To be able to have a proper read on balance and performance, we would have needed more laps, but this goes against saving the full wet tyres for Qualifying and the race in case it rains again. We have a lot of homework to do tonight and we will do our best to improve our cars for tomorrow."


Toyoharu Tanabe (Honda F1 Technical Director): "We knew from the forecast earlier this week that we could expect bad weather for the weekend in Hungary and it was proved correct today. There was just light drizzle before FP1 so the cars were able to use slick tyres, however, for FP2 the conditions were much worse with heavy rain, therefore none of our cars did much running. We will therefore have to use our time very effectively in tomorrow morning's FP3 to work on our PU settings for qualifying and the race. In FP1, we spotted an anomaly in the data from Gasly's PU and, as a precaution, we changed some components and it ran trouble-free in FP2."

llumia
18/07/2020, 00:42
Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Racing PointSergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez): "Today was a good opportunity to prove that we had found improvements in wet conditions compared to Austria. That gives me confidence for tomorrow - regardless of the conditions. I think we can target a place in Q3 and build from there. Everyone was on different programmes today and there was only the one practice session in ideal conditions, but I think we've made a good step in further understanding our car."



Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll): "The car felt good and we hit the ground running today. It was a shame there was rain this afternoon, but we worked to improve our understanding of the car in the wet. I think we've made a good step in those conditions compared to last weekend, which is a positive. There's the potential for mixed conditions this weekend and the important thing is that we look strong in the dry too. All in all, it was a useful day."

llumia
18/07/2020, 00:44
Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Alfa Romeo Three weekends of racing in a row, three weekends in which the rain - whether on Thursday, Friday or Saturday - reminded us that "hot and sunny" in summer is not a foregone conclusion. The rain threatened to fall during FP1, just appearing in the form of a drizzle with minutes to spare; but come FP2, the taps were well and truly open.



As always, it's difficult to draw conclusions from a wet session. Temperatures drop, grip takes leave of absence and the drivers are forced to tip-toe around the soaked circuit, just trying to keep their car facing the right way. The conditions are difficult, and so is to glean any useful information from the data coming back from the track.


Just as these conditions can be difficult for the people in the cockpit and in the engineers' office, however, they can be an opportunity. The history of F1 is littered with wet races that produced surprising results: that's why on a weekend like this, when it is just Friday, everyone in the paddock has still a hopeful glint in the eye.


Bring on tomorrow, and qualifying - the only way to see which hopes will live into the evening, is to put them through the test of reality...


Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen): "The conditions out there weren't easy this afternoon, so it's quite hard to get a good amount of information. We are obviously still a bit far off from where we'd like to be, which means we will need to work hard tonight, crunch all the data and hopefully come back with a better car for tomorrow. The weather could play a part in qualifying, but we won't know it until we're there, in the meantime we just have to figure out the best way forward with the setup."


Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi): "It hasn't been the most straightforward Friday but there is still plenty of scope to improve. I did a fair bit of running in the wet, on top of the session in the dry in the morning: hopefully this means we have enough data for our engineers to work with to find the best balance for tomorrow. The rest of the weekend could still produce surprises when it comes to the weather, so we will need to take that into account when setting up the car for qualifying: we will also need to be ready for any opportunity, to seize the moment as you never know what can happen in a wet qualifying or race."
Robert Kubica (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/63/robert-kubica): "It's been a busy Friday in the car for me as we followed our test programme, trying different things to tackle this kind of weather. I think we did some useful work and hopefully it will reflect in a step forward in performance for tomorrow and Sunday. We continue to work on understanding how our car works in different conditions: running in the wet and on a cold track means we need to adapt to the circumstances, with the engineers relying on our feedback to make their decisions."

llumia
18/07/2020, 00:45
Hungary GP: Practice team notes - HaasThe third round of the 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship began with practice Friday at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) in Budapest as teams prepared for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix.



Two 90-minute sessions played out in mixed conditions, with FP1 dry but cloudy, then the forecast rain delivering ahead of FP2 at the 4.381-kilometer (2.722-mile), 14-turn circuit.


FP1 saw Grosjean and Magnussen sample different tire compounds to start the weekend. Grosjean ran the opening session exclusively on the Pirelli P Zero Yellow medium rubber. Magnussen opted to run his installation lap and first timed stint on the White hard tire before bolting on a set of the mediums for two additional runs. Magnussen placed 12th on the timesheet with a lap of 1:17.713 and Grosjean 14th with his best lap of 1:17.890.


A wet track was declared ahead of FP2 as the rain arrived Friday afternoon. After almost an hour parked in the garage, Grosjean was the first to wheel his VF-20 onto the track - shod on the Pirelli Cinturato Blue wet tires. He logged five laps to set a time of 1:43.335 for eighth overall before taking a final, solitary lap on the Green intermediate tire shortly before the checkered. Magnussen similarly ventured out in the dying minutes of the session for an installation lap on the intermediate compound - the Dane one of seven drivers to not set a time in FP2.


Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team ran a total of 77 laps Friday between the two sessions - 41 by Grosjean and 36 by Magnussen.


Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean): "It was my first time in the wet this afternoon, as we didn't get to compete in qualifying in Austria. I did a few laps and the car felt okay - which is good. I think the morning went okay as well. We were more competitive than we were in Austria. I haven't run the soft tires yet, so we don't really know what's going to come with that. Generally, we were happy with the car. There are some limitations, but we've made some set-up changes which should put us in a good direction. The whole team was quite positive, and the momentum was good after the session. There's obviously a bit of a question mark on the weather for the rest of the weekend but I think we're ready for most cases."


Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen): "It did look positive this morning - the car felt good. This is a fun track to drive and I'd say we had a good start to the weekend. We didn't get too much time in the wet. I did an installation lap on the intermediates just to see how it is, there's not too much to say about that - it was very slippery. I'm looking forward to tomorrow and seeing what kind of weather we're going to get. When it's like this, mixed, it makes it tricky and exciting. It always shakes things up a little bit and potentially gives you a chance to do something special, or mess it up, but we'll always go for something special."


Guenther Steiner: "We didn't have any issues in the morning session - which is progress from the last two races in Austria. It was a productive FP1. I think we found a little bit of speed in the car, so that looked a lot better than the last two races. Obviously, the afternoon was rained out. We sent Romain (Grosjean) out so he could get a few laps in on the full wet as he didn't get any driving in last weekend when it rained in Austria. Then we just sent both guys out for a look on the intermediates. It was a very short afternoon. Overall it's been a better Friday than we've had so far this year."

llumia
18/07/2020, 00:46
Hungary GP: Practice team notes - WilliamsDave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: Off the back of two consecutive races in Austria, we were looking forward to testing out the car and drivers at a different circuit. However, the weather has made it difficult to conclude much today. In FP1, there was some light rain, which masked the track evolution, encouraged drivers to use different tyre compounds, and made conclusions on our relative pace almost impossible. Nonetheless, we completed the work that we set out to achieve, and we will be able to make conclusions tonight that will impact the set-up of the cars tomorrow.



Following heavy rain between the sessions, and further steady rain throughout FP2, we chose to do very little this afternoon and instead to protect the cars. For much of FP2, the conditions were very poor, and it is unlikely that we would either qualify or race in such low grip, low visibility conditions.


We are hoping for better weather tomorrow so that we can further our understanding of the FW43. However, given our relatively good pace during wet qualifying last weekend, if it remains wet then we'll be happy, and we'll once again do our very best to outperform the basic pace of the car.


Overall, a bit of a washout of a day but both drivers got some useful experience of the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) circuit in FP1. Both showed decent pace and have provided us with some valuable feedback on the car and the tyre compounds.


Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi): I think we started off on a pretty good base line this morning, and we were ready for the first run on the qualifying tyre. We got into a good rhythm quite quickly and we set a relatively competitive time compared to everybody else, so I was pleased. For the rest of FP1 we tried a few different set-up options, to experiment a bit, which is what practice is for. I think we learnt some things, but obviously nothing could be carried over into FP2. We didn't really do any proper running this afternoon, just a few install laps during that session, so I guess we just have to see what the weather does tomorrow.


George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/67372/drivers/66/george-russell): This morning during FP1 and in the dry conditions, the car was feeling alright, nothing special, but our focus was on trying some different set-up changes. We know where our baseline is and we know what we are going to get from the car, so we have gone in different directions to see if we can get more performance. Nothing we tried offered more performance, which suggests that we were in a good position from the off. Although I only did an out and an in lap due to the moist conditions in FP2, the car felt fine on those two laps. I am sure it will be a hectic session tomorrow if the conditions stay the same, but I think that is what we need to mix things up a bit. I'm looking forward to tomorrow and will be ready with the rest of the boys to try and pounce on that.

llumia
18/07/2020, 00:47
Hungary GP: Practice team notes - PirelliThe two free practice sessions in Hungary were very different: Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) driver Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton) topped the times in the morning, which was mostly dry but cool and cloudy. In the afternoon, conditions were fully wet at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest), with Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari)'s Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel) going fastest on the Cinturato Blue wet tyre.



Hamilton's fastest time in FP1 - set on the P Zero White hard tyre - was faster than all the free practice times in Hungary last year. His team mate Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas) was second-fastest on the medium tyre in FP1, with both Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) drivers around half a second clear of their closest pursuers.


Weather conditions remain uncertain for the rest of the weekend, which influenced the way that the tyres were used today. Although conditions in the afternoon were generally too wet for intermediates, a number of drivers used them in order to have an extra set provided tomorrow, as per the regulations.


Mario Isola: "It was an inconclusive day, which sets up an intriguing weekend. The weather is likely to be wet again tomorrow, and we could even see a wet race on Sunday. As a result, some drivers didn't run extensively in FP2, in order to save tyres for the rest of the weekend and preserve their cars in these challenging conditions. We did see some running on the intermediate, even though it wasn't ideally suited to the amount of water in the afternoon. This was mostly to take advantage of the regulations that provide an extra set of intermediates under these circumstances. With so many question marks around how the weekend will evolve, teams are understandably keeping all their options open despite the relatively small amount of useful data available."

llumia
18/07/2020, 00:53
@AlbertFabrega

Diferencias entre compuestos de seco: Blando-Medio: 0,5" Medio-Duro: 0,3"

llumia
18/07/2020, 00:56
@AlbertFabrega

Velocidades max en sensor recta: Max speed on main straigh trap: Pérez 309 km/h Leclerc 308 Bot 307 Str 306 Vers 306 Kvy 305 Ham 304 Lat 303 Sai 302 Gio 301 Mag 301 Vet 301 Nor 301 Gro 301 Rus 301 Ric 300 Kub 299 Oco 296 Alb 295

llumia
18/07/2020, 11:34
Rueda de prensa (Viernes):

https://www.pitpass.com/67375/Hungary-GP-Friday-Press-Conference-Part-1

https://www.pitpass.com/67376/Hungary-GP-Friday-Press-Conference-Part-2

GoVal
18/07/2020, 12:05
En la carrera de F3 uno de los coches ha roto motor y ha dejado bastante aceite en la pista. Han estado limpiando la pista antes de que comience la FP3.


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McHouserphy
18/07/2020, 13:31
Los números de la F.P. 3:

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deivison
18/07/2020, 14:32
GP da Hungria – Comentários dos treinos livresMercedes sobrou na primeira sessão. Lewis Hamilton e Valtteri Bottas dominaram a sessão, disputando entre os dois a primeira posição. Hamilton acabou ficando 86 milésimos a frente de seu companheiro de equipe. Tudo indica que a batalha pela pole parece estar restrita entre os pilotos da Mercedes.


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Quem impressiona e a Racing Point, que ficou muito a frente do que se imaginava. Sergio Perez que vive ameaçado de perder seu lugar para Sebastian Vettel fica com o 3ºtempo e Lance Stroll ficou em 4º, mas tomando 4 décimos do mexicano. Apesar disso quem ira ser sacado da equipe caso Vettel acerte sua vida na futura Aston Martin para 2021 não será o filho do dono da equipe, mas sim o melhor piloto, vai entender.


A Ferrari teve uma sessão melhor que nas outras sessões, Vettel ficou com o 6ºtempo e logo atrás Charles Leclerc. A não exigência de potência nas retas pode fazer com que o final de semana na Hungria seja o melhor da Ferrari nessa temporada. A frente dos dois, Daniel Ricciardo com a Renault fez uma excelente sessão. Tá na cara que o piloto Australiano esta muito acima do que a equipe francesa oferece a ele.


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A Red Bull ao contraio do que se esperava não foi bem não, Verstappen ficou com o 8ºtempo e Albon ficou em um decepcionante 13ºlugar. A Haas parece que vem melhor para essa corrida, não que os resultados de Magnussen em 12º e de Grosjean em 14º animem muito, mas acabou melhor que tudo que eles tinham conseguido. Possivelmente a equipe norte-americana possa nesse domingo buscar os seus primeiros pontos em 2020.
Nicholas Latifi ficou com o 15ºlugar, mas convenhamos, não é essa colocação que a equipe inglesa deve conseguir. Provavelmente tanto George Russell como o novato vai brigar para tentar levar o carro para o Q2.


Na segunda sessão, pista estava muito molhada e pouco pudemos ver em termos de desempenho dos pilotos e dos carros. O melhor tempo de Vettel serviu para levantar um pouco a moral do piloto da Ferrari, que passa por um péssimo momento. Com apenas 19 pontos, um carro ruim e sem potência.


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Deve se dizer que Vettel pegou o melhor momento da pista para marcar o melhor tempo da tarde em Hungaroring.
Mas para o resta da programação era de chuva. No que pode dar alguma esperança para a Ferrari, mas vai ser difícil para tirar o domínio de Lewis Hamilton, que se apresenta desde de já como o favorito a pole position, mesmo sem ter marcado um tempo. Como fez outros 6 pilotos que não tiveram interesse em concluir uma volta e marcar um tempo.


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No terceiro treino livre feito agora a pouco ficou provável que as Mercedes são as favoritas a pole position. Valtteri Bottas é o dono da melhor marca do final de semana. A surpresa foi que a pista estava seca, bem ao oposto do que era esperado para o sábado. A chuva prometida para hoje pode cair na classificação. Mesmo assim, será difícil para ter algo diferente da primeira fila dos dois pilotos da Mercedes.


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Sergio Perez em 3º e Lance Stroll em 5º significa uma possibilidade para a Racing Point realizar sua melhor classificação. Entre os dois vem o Monegasco Charles Leclerc da Ferrari, que pode ter um final de semana decente com seus dois pilotos. Se conseguir isso, vai estar comprovado que o grande problema da Ferrari é mesmo a falta de potência dos seus motores.


Quem decepciona é a Red Bull, numa pista que poderia ser favorável para os carros da equipe Austríaca o desempenho acabou sendo totalmente ao inverso. Verstappen ficou em 6ºlugar e Alexander Albon em 12º sofre uma enorme pressão pelo seu desempenho na corrida da Estíria, onde o Tailandês sofreu para terminar a corrida em 4ºlugar.


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Mclaren teve um desempenho razoável, mas possivelmente vai andar um pouco mais a frente na classificação. O Francês Pierre Gasly surpreendeu, andou muito bem com a Alpha Tauri e pode na chuva conseguir um lugar entrar no Q3. A Renault teve um desempenho abaixo do esperado, Daniel Ricciardo só conseguiu a 10ªposição.


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George Russell pode levar de novo a Williams ao Q2, seu desempenho no treino livre de agora a pouco prova isso. Além de provar que o carro de 2020 da equipe britânica é bem melhor do que o pavoroso carro da temporada passada.


Daqui a pouco, as 10 da manhã, teremos o inicio da Classificação para a definição do Grid de largada da 3ªEtapa do Mundial de Formula 1.


Resultado dos treinos livres
1ºTreino Livre


pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Tempo
nº de Voltas


1
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:16.003
37


2
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:16.089
37


3
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:16.530
20


4
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:16.967
35


5
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:17.200
28


6
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:17.238
26


7
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:17.404
29


8
33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:17.435
28


9
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:17.523
26


10
31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:17.615
35


11
55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:17.675
32


12
20
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:17.713
35


13
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:17.727
28


14
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:17.890
35


15
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:17.969
31


16
26
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:18.292
35


17
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:18.425
30


18
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:18.574
29


19
88
Robert Kubica
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:19.150
26


20
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
Sem Tempo
0


2ºTreino Livre


pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Tempo
nº de Voltas


1
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:40.464
12


2
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:40.736
5


3
55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:41.784
6


4
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:42.380
6


5
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:42.470
5


6
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:42.588
7


7
33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:42.820
4


8
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:43.335
6


9
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:43.471
16


10
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:43.725
10


11
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:44.411
9


12
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:46.000
5


13
26
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:47.422
7


14
31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
Sem Tempo
1


15
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
Sem Tempo
1


16
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
Sem Tempo
1


17
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
Sem Tempo
2


18
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
Sem Tempo
2


19
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
Sem Tempo
3


20
20
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
Sem Tempo
1


3ºTreino Livre


pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Tempo
nº de Voltas


1
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:15.437
18


2
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:15.479
20


3
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:15.598
16


4
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:15.781
19


5
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:16.033
15


6
33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:16.084
18


7
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.193
18


8
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:16.351
18


9
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:16.453
20


10
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.508
14


11
55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.545
21


12
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:16.582
19


13
31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.706
20


14
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:16.847
23


15
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:16.866
15


16
20
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:17.086
14


17
26
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:17.292
15


18
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:17.496
20


19
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:17.527
25


20
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:17.650
17


Texto: Deivison da Conceição da Silva
Fotos: Mercedes/Ferrari/Red Bull/Mclaren/Renault/Alpha Tauri/Racing Point/Alfa Romeo/Haas/Williams
Fonte: http://portalsportszone.com.br/gp-da-hungria-comentarios-dos-treinos-livres/

GoVal
18/07/2020, 14:35
FORMULA 1 ARAMCO MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2020 - Hungaroring - Budapest
Resultados FP3
Sábado, 18 de julio de 2020


Sesión en seco = sesión con dominio de Mercedes, con Valtteri BOTTAS por delante de HAMILTON. Y tras los Mercedes 1, los Mercedes 2, ya que Checo PÉREZ ha terminado 3º y Lance STROLL 5º, con LECLERC colándose entre ambos.

A los McLaren se les ve aquí menos cómodos que en Austria. NORRIS ha terminado 7º, por detrás de VERSTAPPEN y por delante de VETTEL, mientras que Carlos SAINZ ha finalizado 11º, justo por detrás de RICCIARDO.

A los que les sigue yendo mal es a los Alfa Romeo, que sólo han podido quedar por delante de LATIFI, cuyo compañero vuelve a quedar bastante por delante, en 14ª posición y a 8 décimas.





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https://i.imgur.com/TiRv3OM.png

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GoVal
18/07/2020, 15:00
Condiciones para la sesión de calificación.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EdNcDygWoAA-nUM.jpg:large

GoVal
18/07/2020, 15:02
Hay riesgo de que llegue la lluvia, así que, igual que la semana pasada todos tienen prisa por salir. A ver si las prisas y la lluvia nos regalan una quali interesante.

GoVal
18/07/2020, 15:06
Al parecer hay un 90% de posibilidades de lluvia durante la sesión.


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GoVal
18/07/2020, 15:28
Bonita Q1 en la que, aunque no ha llovido, la pista ha mejorado mucho, tanto que los que estaban pensando que pasaban el corte han tenido que volver a la pista cuando han visto a Russell mejorando 1 segundo y medio su vuelta para colocarse 3º.

Pérez ha sido el más rápido seguido de Stroll, Hamilton y Carlos Sainz.

Desastre para los Alfa Romeo, que han ocupado las dos últimas posiciones, con Kimi último.

A los Alfa acompañan los Haas. Parece que el motor Ferrari ha perdido muchas prestaciones con respecto al año pasado.

El otro piloto que se queda fuera es Kvyat.

La sorpresa (y alegría) es ver a los dos Williams pasando el corte con Russell 3º y Latifi 15º. Quién lo iba a decir el año pasado.


Los eliminados en Q1 son:

16 Magnussen
17 Kvyat
18 Grosjean
19 Giovinazzi
20 Kimi



Estos son los tiempos completos de la Q1.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EdNi1yFXgAA4Mq1.jpg:large

GoVal
18/07/2020, 15:50
La lluvia sigue sin aparecer. Hamilton ha sido el más rápido de la Q2 marcando 1:14.262, que es nuevo récord del circuito. Así, como el que no quiere la cosa porque encima lo ha hecho con neumático medio. Con medio también ha marcado su tiempo Bottas, que ha sido 2º y los Racing Point. El resto ha montado blando.

Los Renault hicieron su primer intento con medio pero tuvieron que montar blando en el segundo, aunque no pudieron pasar el corte.

Gasly reportó problemas pero, aunque por radio le dijo su ingeniero que no podían solucionarlos, ha logrado pasar el corte.

Carlos Sainz ha pasado el corte al terminar 8º.

Muy buena sesión de nuevo la de Russell, que ha terminado 12.

La sorpresa ha sido ver eliminado a Albon, que se quejó a su equipo de que lo sacaron en tráfico.

Los eliminados en Q2 son:


11 Ricciardo
12 Russell
13 Albon
14 Ocon
15 Latifi.



Los tiempos completos de la Q2.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EdNnxaOWoAAfxb_.jpg:large

GoVal
18/07/2020, 17:03
FORMULA 1 ARAMCO MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2020 - Hungaroring - Budapest
Resultados Sesión de CALIFICACIÓN
Sábado, 18 de julio de 2020


Los Mercedes siguen imparables y mañana ocuparán la primera línea de salida con Lewis HAMILTON en la pole, la 90 de su carrera, y BOTTAS 2º. Además, el tiempo conseguido por Hamilton, 1:13.447 es un nuevo récord del circuito.

Tras los Mercedes saldran los «Mercedes 2», es decir, los Racing Point. Sorprendentemente, el que ocupará la tercera plaza es Lance STROLL, no Checo PÉREZ, que vió cómo le anulaban el tiempo de su primer intento en Q3 por sobrepasar los límites de la pista.

Los Mercedes y los Racing Point marcaron su tiempo en Q2 con neumático medio, por los blandos que utilizaron el resto.

La cuarta línea de salida estará ocupada por los Ferrari de VETTEL y LECLERC. Tras ellos saldrá Max VERSTAPPEN, que a su lado tendrá a NORRIS. Carlos SAINZ terminó 9º, a tan solo 60 milésimas de Lando. Los McLaren utilizaron su último juego de blandos nuevo en el primer intento de Q3, pensando que la lluvia podría aparecer. Al final la lluvia no apareció y tuvieron que hacer su segundo intento con blandos usados, lo que no les permitió aprovechar al máximo la mejora de la pista.

Sainz compartirá línea con Pierre GASLY, que tuvo problemas de motor en Q2 que no le permitieron salir en Q3.

Extraña la jugada de los Renault que montaron neumático medio en el primer intento de Q2 pero no lograron pasar el corte a pesar de hacer el segundo con blandos.

Buena actuación de los Williams, ya que ambos pasaron a Q2. RUSSELL volvió a destacar, logrando una muy merecida 12ª posición, a solo 37 milésimas de RICCIARDO y por delante de ALBON, que se quejó de tráfico en Q2.

Una pena ver a los Alfa Romeo. RÄIKKÖNEN ha quedado último, en lo que es su peor clasificación sin que hayan habido incidentes por enmedio.





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GoVal
18/07/2020, 17:07
Thomas Maher @thomasmaheronf1 (https://twitter.com/thomasmaheronf1) · 43min (https://twitter.com/thomasmaheronf1/status/1284493504341848066)

2019 compared to 2020:

Max: 1:14.572 - 1:14.849 +0.300
Valtteri: 1:14.590 - 1:13.554 - -1.000
Lewis: 1:14.769 - 1:13.447 - -1.300
Ferraris: 1:15.0 - 1:14.7 - -0.300
Norris: 1:15.8 - 1:14.9 - -0.900
Neither Racing Point in Q3 last year.

#F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hashtag_click) #HungarianGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/HungarianGP?src=hashtag_click)

McHouserphy
18/07/2020, 18:46
Los números de la clasificatoria en Hungariring:

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https://imgur.com/AlzXYsD.png

Sin sanciones por el momento.

GoVal
18/07/2020, 20:05
Sainz ha sido investigado por molestar a Giovinazzi en Q1. No hay sanción porque los comisarios consideran que no pudo ver la primera bandera azul y no tuvo tiempo para reaccionar al ver la segunda. Además, el panel luminoso no estaba encendido.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EdOik7CX0AA9Cve.jpg:large

deivison
18/07/2020, 20:14
Mercedes massacra em Hungaroring e Lewis Hamilton conquista 90ªpole position da carreira
Lewis Hamilton acabou levando a sua pole de número 90 na sua carreira na Formula 1, A Mercedes foi soberana com seus dois pilotos. Nada muito diferente da rodada dupla na Áustria. A equipe alemã escancarou ainda mais seu domínio para suas adversárias.


No Q1, Bottas e Hamilton andaram nos mesmo ritmo, seguido pelos dois carros da Racing Point, com o polêmico e rápido carro RP20 que é um carro muito parecido com o W10 (Carro da Mercedes no ano passado).


http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/F1_Hungria_2020-26-1024x683.jpg
A se destacar os dois pilotos da Williams, principalmente o Britânico George Russell, colocando o carro da pior equipe de 2018 e 2019 em uma respeitável 3ªPosição, E o melhor momento da Williams desde de 2018. Nicholas Latifi conseguiu ficar com a 15ªposição e se classificou para o Q2. Albon chegou a ficar ameaçado de nem se quer classificar para a segunda parte do treino.


http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/F1_Hungria_2020-25-1024x683.jpg
Os eliminados foram: Magnussen (Haas), Kvyat (Alpha Tauri), Grosjean (Haas), Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo) e Raikkonen (Alfa Romeo) foram eliminados. Para o piloto russo, o final de semana esta sendo muito ruim, tomando muito tempo de Pierre Gasly (Que também reclamava de problemas em seu motor). O francês conseguiu com alguma dificuldade passar para o Q2.


Resultado do Q1:




pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Tempo


1
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:14.681


2
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:14.895


3
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:14.907


4
55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:15.281


5
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:15.444


6
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:15.455


7
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:15.474


8
33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:15.495


9
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:15.585


10
31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:15.719


11
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:15.722


12
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:15.767


13
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:15.793


14
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:15.848


15
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:16.105


16
20
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:16.152


17
26
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:16.204


18
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:16.407


19
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:16.506


20
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:16.614



George Russell foi o primeiro a entrar na pista ao começar o Q2, disposto a tentar a ir para o Q3. Aos poucos, todos os outros pilotos foram para a pista. O piloto principal da Williams marcou 1:15.608 a 11 minutos e 50 segundos do final. É um ótimo tempo para a equipe de grover, mas estava longe de um tempo para passar para o a fase final.


Tanto é que logo, Stroll e Perez, depois Norris e Sainz e finalmente Hamilton e Bottas (marcando os dois melhores tempos, com os pneus médios) superaram o piloto da Williams. Depois Vettel e Verstappen subiram para 3º e 4ºlugares respectivamente.


http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/F1_Hungria_2020-32-1024x683.jpg
Leclerc fez uma primeira volta ruim e estava no limite, em 10ºlugar. Alexander Albon foi bem pior, com o 12ºlugar, atrás até mesmo de Russell.8 minutos do final, Gasly marcou o 9ºtempo, jogando Os classificados eram: Hamilton, Bottas, Vettel, Verstappen, Norris, Sainz, Stroll, Perez, Gasly e Riccardo.

Nos minutos finais, todos vão para a pista para a última. Nos minutos finais, Norris sobe do 7º para o 3ºlugar. Já Leclerc saiu do sufoco, com uma bela marca que o levou ao 3ºlugar. O monegasco ainda seria superado por Max Verstappen, mas o perigo de cair fora do Q3 já não existia.


http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/F1_Hungria_2020-46-1024x579.jpg
Infelizmente o mesmo não pode ser dito a Alexander Albon, o piloto da Red Bull não conseguiu melhorar seu tempo e ficou em uma lamentável 13ªposição e foi eliminado. Daniel Ricciardo com a Renault saiu dos Top 10 e acabou de fora da fase final, vai largar na 11ªposição, Seguido pelo ótimo piloto inglês George Russell, levando a Williams a ficar em uma posição bastante razoável.


http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/F1_Hungria_2020-37-1024x682.jpg
Alexander Albon vai largar em 13ºlugar. A pressão sobre o Tailandês esta cada dia mais e mais aumentando para o lado dele. Esteban Ocon e Nicholas Latifi completaram o Grupo dos Eliminados.


Resultado do Q2:




pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Tempo


1
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:14.261


2
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:14.530


3
33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:14.976


4
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:15.006


5
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:15.085


6
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:15.131


7
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:15.176


8
55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:15.267


9
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:15.394


10
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:15.508


11
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:15.661


12
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:15.698


13
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:15.715


14
31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:15.742


15
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:16.544



Os pilotos Lance Stroll, Sebastian Vettel e Charles Leclerc foram os primeiros a saírem para a pista em busca da pole position, mas era ilusitório achar que Racing Point (que vinha bem no final de semana inteiro) iria conquistar a pole, muito menos a problemática Ferrari.


http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/F1_Hungria_2020-43-1024x683.jpg
Isso se comprovou com a brilhante volta de Lewis Hamilton com 1:13.613 (novo Recorde do circuito) a menos de 9 minutos do final da classificação, colocando 3 décimos de frente para Valtteri Bottas. Ambos os pilotos da Mercedes fizeram picadinho da concorrência. Lance Stroll fez uma bela volta passando para a 3ªposição. Max Verstappen sofreu para conseguir o 4ºtempo. Definitivamente não era dia da Red Bull. Sergio Perez teve sua volta de 1:15.088 anulada por passar do limite da pista na curva 4.


Classificação após a primeira tentativa:




pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Tempo


1
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:13.136


2
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:13.924


3
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:14.671


4
33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:14.879


5
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:14.966


6
55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:15.027


7
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:15.281


8
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:15.575



A 6 minutos do final, Vettel e Leclerc foram para a segunda tentativa. Um minuto depois, Stroll foi para a pista, Antevendo que a chuva poderia chegar ao final da classificação. Nos 3 minutos finais, os outros pilotos foram para a última tentativa.


Vettel e Leclerc melhoraram suas voltas e superaram Verstappen, mas ficaram longe de superarem Stroll com 1:14.377 e Perez 1:14.377. Era um grande momento da Racing Point, que conseguiu sua melhor participação em Grid de largada em quase 3 anos de história na Formula 1.


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O show ficou mesmo com Lewis Hamilton, com 1:13.447 como novo recorde do circuito e conquistando a sua 90ªpole da carreira e a 7ªpole no Circuito de Hungaroring. Números impressionantes do Hexacampeão mundial que busca destruir todos os recordes ainda a serem batidos.


Valtteri Bottas fez ótima classificação, no final, marcou um excelente tempo de 1:13.554 e pode sim ser um grande adversário do inglês para a corrida de amanhã. O Finlandês precisa vencer para manter a liderança do campeonato em suas mãos.


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A segunda fila será formada pelo canadense Lance Stroll e pelo Mexicano Sergio Perez, Nunca a Racing Point teve tanta chance de conseguir o pódio, até mesmo com os seus dois pilotos conquistando o pódio, no caso de um dos pilotos da Mercedes tenha problemas. Eu estou surpreso com o desempenho da equipe nesse final de semana.


A terceira fila fica com os pilotos da Ferrari, Sebastian Vettel larga em 5º e Charles Leclerc em 6º, não dá para descartar o pódio da equipe italiana, como também não se pode descartar o pódio de Max Verstappen, apesar do desempenho do carro da Red Bull, que ao contraio da Racing Point onde se esperava menos, para a equipe Austríaca eu esperava mais, muito mais desse carro que tinha a tendência até de lutar pela vitória com Hamilton e Bottas, mas nada disso aconteceu e tanto Max como Albon terão que salvar resultado provavelmente.


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Lando Norris e Carlos Sainz jr. levaram os carros da Mclaren ao 8º e 9ºlugares. Completa os 10 primeiros colocados o francês Pierre Gasly.


Amanhã, a partir das 10 da manhã teremos a largada para as 70 voltas do GP da Hungria, 3ªEtapa do Mundial de Formula 1.



Grid de Largada:


pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Tempo
nº de Voltas


1
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:13.447
22


2
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:13.554
20


3
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:14.377
22


4
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:14.545
22


5
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:14.774
20


6
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:14.817
20


7
33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:14.849
21


8
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:14.966
20


9
55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:15.027
21


10
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
Sem Tempo
14


11
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:15.661
14


12
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:15.698
14


13
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:15.715
16


14
31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:15.742
14


15
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:16.544
14


16
20
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:16.152
9


17
26
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:16.204
9


18
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:16.407
8


19
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:16.506
12


20
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:16.614
12


Texto: Deivison da Conceição da Silva
Fotos: Mercedes/Ferrari/Red Bull/Mclaren/Renault/Alpha Tauri/Racing Point/Alfa Romeo/Haas/Williams
Fonte: http://portalsportszone.com.br/mercedes-massacra-em-hungaroring-e-lewis-hamilton-conquista-90apole-position-da-carreira/

dianacenteno
18/07/2020, 20:17
ferrari comienza a ver luz a final del tunel, si son mejores en carrera le podemos ver en el podio :sherlock:

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:13
En este circuito sus "males" no lo son tanto. Como bien dices, tienen una buena oportunidad para aparecer por la punta, pero el podio quizás sea un objetivo ligeramente irreal.

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:16
Impresiones de los distintos equipos, después de la sesión de Clasificación:

Hungary GP: Qualifying team notes - MercedesLewis secured the 90th pole position of his F1 career - his second of 2020 and seventh at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest), equalling Michael Schumacher for the most pole positions at this race. Valtteri missed out on pole by just 0.107s, finishing P2 to secure a front row lockout for the team.



Lewis's pole lap of 1:13.447 sets a new Formula One track record at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest). Both drivers will start the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix on the Medium tyre, if the race is dry.


Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton): The car was really hooked up today, but Valtteri didn't make it easy for me at all! It requires absolute perfection when it comes to these laps and that kind of Qualifying is one of the things I enjoy the most. The fact that it's my 90th pole position... I have to pinch myself; it just doesn't register. It's humbling to be honest, because I get to work with such an incredible group of people and without them, I wouldn't have the opportunity to do this. A massive thank you to everyone back home and here at the track that do such an amazing job. Looking to tomorrow, it's a long run down to Turn 1 here, so nothing is a given and I've got to get my head down and work hard on delivering at the start.

We don't know what the weather is going to do, so we've got to put the work in this evening, prepare the best we can and focus on bringing home a one-two for the team.


Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas): We were on a really strong level again today, which is good for us. I knew from FP3 that it was going to be a close battle with Lewis in Qualifying, my laps were okay but the final lap in Q3 was actually really good, but I just couldn't go much faster. Lewis did a great job to get the pole today and it's going to be a bit of a drag race into Turn 1 between us tomorrow, so I look forward to that - the first lap will definitely be interesting. I'm the Championship leader at the moment, but I need to win races to maintain that, so that's the only goal I have tomorrow and I'm fully focused on making it happen.


Toto Wolff: I'm really happy with today's Qualifying result, both Lewis and Valtteri were evenly matched and they did a great job to lock out the front row, especially with the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) always being a tricky circuit when it comes to putting together a hot lap. I think the conditions were just right for us today, a bit cooler than we've experienced before, and the result shows all the hard work trackside, in Brackley and in Brixworth is paying off. Now we have to focus on having a clean race tomorrow and bringing both cars home. Also, I'd like to say congratulations to Racing Point (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/14/racing-point) for their strong performance in Qualifying, I'm really happy to see them locking out the second row.

Andrew Shovlin: Well done to Lewis and Valtteri on another front row lock out and to the team on another strong performance. We got beaten to pole here last year, so it's very satisfying to see how well the car is performing both on the straights and in the corners. Despite the near constant threat of rain, the day has been fairly straightforward. Perhaps the cool track is flattering us a little, but the car has worked well all weekend and we were able to get through the second session on the Medium tyre, which has been our plan from the start of the weekend. By the final run, it was clear that pole was a contest between our two drivers, so we made sure they had clear track to battle it out between themselves. There was literally nothing separating them at the apex of the final corner, but Lewis made a better exit which was enough to put him ahead. We're looking forward to the race tomorrow but not taking anything for granted; there's likely to still be a fair bit of rain around and this is often a grand prix with its fair share of incidents.

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:17
Hungary GP: Qualifying team notes - FerrariScuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) had a reasonable Saturday in Hungary, taking into account how the last two weekends in Austria had gone. In fact, Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel) and Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) both made it to the final stage of qualifying and will start the Hungarian Grand Prix from the third row, in fifth and sixth places respectively.



There was a 90% chance of rain at the track as Q1 got underway so all the drivers rushed out to set a time to ensure they made it through to the next phase in case the threat materialised. Both drivers went out on Soft tyres with enough fuel for more than one flying lap. Leclerc started with a 1:16.074 and failed to improve next time, but Vettel went from 1:16.509 to 1:16.217. The track was evolving constantly and with overtaking very difficult at this track, the team played it safe and sent both SF1000s out again with a new set of Softs. Sebastian comfortably got through to the next part with a 1:15.455, while Charles got caught up in traffic and had to settle for a 1:15.793 to join his team-mate.


The drivers again ran a new set of Softs, Vettel getting the most out of them to do a 1:15.131, but Charles made a mistake in the second section, ending up with a 1:15.675. This wasn't good enough for the top ten, but with the track improving all the time, both Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) men went back out on track on new tyres, even though Sebastian was already safely through at this point. Charles then managed a 1:15.006, which got him into Q3, and Sebastian aborted his run when he realised he was through already.


Sebastian and Charles got to the final 12 minute session to decide the top five rows of the grid with just one set of new Soft tyres left, so their first run was done on tyres already used in Q2. The German started with a 1:15.281 and the Monegasque a 1:15.575. After fitting the new sets, they went immediately out on track to have as traffic-free a run as possible. Sebastian did a good 1:14.774 while Charles a few seconds later posted a 1:14.817. There were three minutes to go, but none of their pursuers beat their time, to ensure an all Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) third row.


Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel): "I think it is a better weekend for us, as we already saw yesterday during free practice. But there is still a lot of work ahead for both of us. Starting on the Softs, we will be on a different tyre strategy to the four cars ahead of us and so we will see how that evolves, as we may have an advantage on the run to turn one and then for the first couple of laps.


"The forecast says it might rain in the race and although we struggled a bit in the wet yesterday, it might actually give us a bit more of a chance tomorrow, although the two teams ahead of us seem to be on a different planet!"


Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc): "Third row with both cars is quite good for the team, especially as we are quite close to the second row. I am actually pretty happy. We made a step forward, which is nice to see. It wasn't an easy session from my side, I was struggling a bit with my driving in Q1 and Q2 so I was not totally happy with the job I was doing, but it got better in Q3 and P6 is a good place to start. I believe our race pace is stronger than our quali pace so with a good strategy we can take advantage of that and gain some positions. There's everything to play for tomorrow. With regards to tomorrow's weather, we have been quite good on a dry track so far and with rain we also have the pace, but it's always a bit unpredictable so if anything, I would go for the dry."


Mattia Binotto Team Principal: "The result of qualifying is an accurate reflection of our current potential. We can't really be happy about being on the third row, especially when you look at the gap to the team on the front. Having said that, it's interesting to note the difference down the few straight sections on this track, between some cars and the rest of the pack. On a track with very different characteristics to the one in Spielberg, we managed to get the most out of our car, but it's clearly not enough. In the race, our aim will be to pick up as many points as possible, making the most of any opportunities that come our way. We will also have to be ready for any eventuality, given that the weather forecast is very unpredictable.


"Again today, our Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) Driver Academy students did very well, so congratulations to them, especially to Robert Shwartzman, who drove an incredible race and Mick Schumacher who had a great drive to third.

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:18
Hungary GP: Qualifying team notes - Red BullMax Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen): "Obviously we are all disappointed with qualifying. I don't know why but clearly something is not working compared to last year where we had really good car balance around this track.



The weekend so far has been pretty tricky in general, it's hard to understand why as we have changed a lot of things but it doesn't seem to have given us a lot more lap time. Around here you really need a stable car which is very hooked in the second sector but we are just not connected balance wise with oversteer and understeer. For the race I need to stay out of trouble at the start as P7 is right in the mix and hopefully we can still score some decent points. As always, I won't give up on the race result and of course it is not easy to overtake around here but I will still do the best I can with the pace we have, so let's see where we end up."


Alex Albon: "I don't have much to say at the moment. It's massively frustrating and obviously not the result we wanted, so we need to sit down and regroup. I didn't do a good lap but to be honest a number of things didn't go as planned today. I felt better with the car in FP3 than qualifying, but still we had traffic on our Q2 runs and so overall it's been a tough day. It's not very easy to overtake here so we'll need some rain in tomorrow's race to help our chances of moving further up the order."

Christian Horner: "Today's qualifying performance was not what we have come to expect as a Team and we simply didn't have enough speed. There are some unexpected behaviours in the cars and we need to understand the cause of this quickly. Alex had a less than ideal out lap in Q2, with traffic hampering his run, and was unable to put in a time good enough to progress to Q3. Max made it comfortably through to Q3 on the soft tyre but just didn't have the balance, and therefore the pace to set a time faster than P7. He tried to improve his lap time on a second Q3 run but with only one set of new softs available in that session he was unable to improve on a used set of soft tyres. We now have to work hard as a Team in order to get as much as we can out of the race tomorrow and ensure we have some points on the table and understand the car behaviour we are experiencing this weekend."

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:21
Hungary GP: Qualifying team notes - McLarenLando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris): "I'm pretty happy with today. I don't think the team could've done a much better job. I might have done a better job if I'd completely nailed the lap, as I made a couple of mistakes and maybe could've been a position higher. I'm a little bit disappointed by that, but, as a team and with the car, we've had challenges this weekend so I'm pretty happy we've come out of quali with P8 and P9. I don't think there was a lot more to extract.



"We're in a more realistic position of where we think the car performance is this weekend and we've got some work to do to improve, but today was the best we could do."


Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz): "Today the car was feeling better after the changes in set-up. Yesterday we struggled too much with balance and tyre temperatures, but today we sorted some of our major issues and managed to put both cars in the top 10. I still had trouble predicting the car's behaviour, especially in the last sector, so we still had margin to improve.

"Strategy and tyre management are going to be important tomorrow starting from P9 on the used set of Softs, but we'll fight to score good points again here in Hungary."


Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "Another solid qualifying result for us with Lando and Carlos finishing in P8 and P9, and it's encouraging to see how close we are to Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) and Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) at a track like this. The team, together with the drivers, have done a great job yesterday and overnight to improve the car following some difficult free practice sessions yesterday. The balance of the car has improved as a result of that progress and allowed both drivers straightforward entry into Q3. The changing weather conditions added an extra element of unpredictability for the team to deal with, but we handled the challenge well. We can be pleased with this qualifying result, which puts us in a good position to push tomorrow.

"With the weather forecast looking similar tomorrow to the last two days, we know anything can happen in the race. We expect a challenging race tomorrow starting from these positions. As always, we look both towards the front and how we can push forward, and also behind us, where a number of quick cars will have a free tyre choice. Managing this risk and reward will be the key to a good performance tomorrow. We'll be focusing hard on taking any opportunities that present themselves - whether that's caused by the weather or by strategic opportunities - as we know that overtaking can be difficult here. We now put our heads down, get ready for the race and prepare to fight for good points tomorrow."

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:23
Hungary GP: Qualifying team notes - Racing PointLance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll): "I'm very happy with today's result: the car was strong all the way through Qualifying and we've been performing well all weekend. We've had the pace so today was about piecing it all together in Qualifying and it was a great job by the whole team to ensure that we did. It was definitely a gamble to try to make it into Q3 on the medium tyres, but it proved to be the right call. We're in a good position tomorrow to try and score some big points for the team."



Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez): "Locking out the second row is a great result for everyone in the team. I'm happy with P4, but I felt my Qualifying could have been slightly better and that I could have had a tidier lap [in Q3]. The important thing is that we've kept the momentum going this weekend and we've shown strong pace in every session. If we can show the same pace tomorrow, then we can target a big result. Being able to start the race on the medium tyre is what we wanted, so it's great that we had the speed to make that happen. I hope it pays us back tomorrow."


Otmar Szafnauer, CEO & Team Principal: "Today's Qualifying result is a tremendous team effort and it feels great to see our cars lockout the second row of the grid. We knew we had the pace in the car, but it's satisfying to deliver that speed when it mattered during qualifying. I'm proud of the way we approached the session and that we progressed to Q3 on the medium tyres - a decision that should open up more strategic opportunities tomorrow. Of course, it's only Saturday, and tomorrow is what really counts, but we've put ourselves in a great position to have a strong race too."

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:25
Hungary GP: Qualifying team notes - RenaultRenault (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/13/renault) DP World F1 Team will line up outside the top ten for tomorrow's Hungarian Grand Prix with Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo) eleventh and Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon) fourteenth in qualifying at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest).



Rain had threatened throughout the day, but it never arrived at the circuit for Free Practice 3 or Qualifying.


Both Daniel and Esteban progressed through Q1 on two Soft tyre runs with track evolution bringing the times down on each lap.


In Q2, both drivers attempted an initial run on Medium tyres with half an eye on Sunday and beginning the race with some flexibility on strategy.


But after a small error for Esteban at Turn 1 and a loss of time for Daniel in the final sector, both drivers had to go for a second run on Soft tyres. Daniel did not improve his time and missed out on a Q3 shot by 0.153secs in eleventh. Esteban did find extra lap time but was 0.081secs behind in fourteenth.

The chance of rain continues into Sunday with the team looking to assess its options on strategy for all conditions.


Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo): "Today, we just couldn't seem to improve enough. The Medium in Q2, in hindsight, probably wasn't the right idea. I don't feel we were any slower than yesterday, more that the others found a bit more time. We'll work on it and try and understand what happened. We can still be positive for tomorrow. We have a free tyre choice, which can be very important here, and we'll look to make that work. I'm feeling optimistic and there are certainly points up for grabs."


Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon): "It wasn't a great session for us today. There are a few things we need to review as it felt we didn't have the pace to go through to Q3. In particular, I wasn't happy with the car balance and it felt a bit tricky to drive. It's disappointing, of course, but it's all to play for tomorrow. If it's dry, we have a free choice of tyres and, if it rains, we know we have a good chance."


Alan Permane, Sporting Director: "It was not an ideal qualifying session for us. We were not as competitive as yesterday morning when we were happy with the car and both drivers happy with the balance. Today we struggled a bit with tyre grip, warm-up and general balance. One of the fundamentals here is getting the tyres in the right window to optimise the grip for the whole lap. It's a demanding track on tyres and to get them right for the first corner and the last is not easy to achieve and I think that's where we missed out today. We will benefit from a free tyre choice tomorrow, especially Daniel starting eleventh."

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:27
Hungary GP: Qualifying team notes - HaasHaas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team drivers Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen) and Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean) qualified 16th and 18th respectively for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix - the third round of the 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest), Budapest.



With rain threatening to interrupt proceedings, the 20-car field wasted little time in hitting the track to start qualifying with the Q1 session.


Grosjean and Magnussen sported three new sets of the Pirelli P Zero Red soft tires for their qualifying runs. Magnussen's best lap of 1:16.152, set on his final timed outing, placed him 16th overall - missing the cut to Q2 by one spot. Grosjean encountered traffic on his third attempt, scrubbing his opportunity to improve on his fastest lap of 1:16.407 - set on his second timed lap, leaving him 18th on the timesheet.


Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean): "I think the car had potential to get through to Q2 today. My second set of tires, it was awesome, I think we went up to something like P13 or so. That left me feeling good in the car. Going onto the last set I was quite convinced we had a chance to get into Q2, the car felt good. I guess we missed our timing and I had to press the neutral button before the last corner to let the queue go. My tires were then dead cold by turn one and that was qualifying over.

We got caught and lost our chance to go to Q2."


Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen): "It's always difficult with track position around here but I think we expected a little bit more around here I'd say. I had a little bit of traffic on my last sector on that last run. I only missed out by a small margin to P15, so that could have been the difference. You can always second guess and stuff like that. It is what it is, we'll start from P16 and see what we can do from there. Given how good the car was in the race in Austria, I think we have reason to be happy it could be better. It's never easy to start 16th but I've scored points before from that position. Let's hope for an eventful race, maybe some safety car action, and perhaps some rain - that could be our chance."


Guenther Steiner: "It was obviously a disappointing qualifying for us, we expected more after our performances in practice. I think that is the ranking at the moment - we just need to keep on working and trying every weekend to get the best out of what we've got. There's nothing else to do in such a condensed season like this. You need to try and see, at some stage, the opportunity to do something."

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:28
Hungary GP: Qualifying team notes - Alfa RomeoThere are some days in which everything that could go against you, does. These days are the embodiment of Murphy's Law, occasions in which the world is out to get you, no matter what you do. Today was one of those days.



Lining up on the last row of the grid is never ideal; to do so in Hungary, even more so. It is a result that cannot make us happy, of course: but it is also one that will not sap our motivation to get back to the places where we belong.


On these days, it's our team spirit that needs to come through. And tomorrow, come rain or shine, we'll be there. We'll pull ourselves back up, wipe the dust off our shirt and fight for a better place at the end of the race.


Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "Today's performance is far from where we expected to be and we will need to find the reasons for this result. We had made steps forward in the two races in Austria but we still have a lot of work ahead of us to get to the level where we need to be. The race tomorrow will be difficult: we hope to have better pace, but starting on the back row, Kimi and Antonio will have their work cut out. We'll still give 100%, though, and see where that gets us."


Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen): "We are still far from where we need to be. We need to analyse what went wrong and figure out how we get back from there. We have quite a bit of work to do in all areas, we need to get our speed back. Tomorrow is another day, even though it won't be an easy Sunday, so let's see what we can do."


Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi): "It's been a very difficult day with a disappointing result. We have a lot of work to do to salvage something from this weekend, but we will need to see how the race goes tomorrow. The conditions are still uncertain, but in any case we need to understand what happened today. Starting from the back is not ideal, especially on a track where overtaking is not easy, but we can hope to have better pace in the race, as we did in Austria."

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:29
Hungary GP: Qualifying team notes - AlphaTauriPierre Gasly (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/53/pierre-gasly): "I'm pretty happy that I made it through to Q3 for the second time this year, but it's a shame we had issues over the weekend and these cost us our second run in Q2 and running in Q3. I'm sure the guys will have a look at it tonight to solve the problems and hopefully it will all be sorted tomorrow. In terms of performance, I'm pleased that I could put everything together in Quali after almost no running yesterday. It was quite challenging but in the end I managed to do some decent laps and felt pretty good in the car. Hopefully that's going to be the case also in the race tomorrow."




Daniil Kvyat (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/32/daniil-kvyat): "It was a difficult weekend so far, difficult sessions, as the car still doesn't feel right for me. We struggled to find the right set up and balance, so we could not make the tyres work. I'm just not clicking with the car and we will have to work hard with my engineers to find which direction to go in. However, if it's tricky on the single lap, I'm generally able to get the best out of it during the race, so I'm still looking forward to tomorrow."

Jody Egginton (Technical Director): "Today has really not turned out as well as it could have done, with Dany unfortunately struggling with the balance of his car all day and Pierre who, whilst happy with the balance and making it through to Q3, was then not able to run in the final Qualifying session due to what looks at this stage like a PU related issue. This is a shame for Pierre, especially as he had already missed FP1 through no fault of his own. However, his starting position puts us in the mix tomorrow which is one positive to take from today. We will now be working hard on our race strategy options to optimise both drivers' races, whilst also keeping one eye on the weather forecast!"

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:31
Hungary GP: Qualifying team notes - WilliamsGeorge Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/67386/drivers/66/george-russell) qualified 12th and Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi) 15th for the Hungarian Grand Prix. George equalled his career-best qualifying result, the same position he qualified last weekend.



Nicholas made his Q2 debut, making it the first time the team has had two cars through into Q2 since Italy 2018.


Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: Today was one of the most difficult dry qualifying session we have had for quite some time. Although there was no meaningful rain during the session, the threat was ever-present, which left us trying to balance the risk of rain against the evolution of the track. Fortunately, the pace of the car was quite good and both drivers were able to prepare their tyres well. To get both drivers into Q2 in the dry is testament to the recent
work of everyone at the factory and here at the track, as well as the two drivers, who were again very, very good today.


It is frustrating that George missed Q3 by a small margin again, but we gambled at the beginning of Q2 and used our final new set early in the session, hoping that some rain might impede other cars that waited. On this occasion, the gamble didn't work but nonetheless, George was still able to qualify P12 for the second week in a row. Nicholas chose to delay his run a little, aiming to capitalise on track evolution. He made a few changes to the settings on the car for the final run, but they didn't pay off today. However, he still drove very well, qualified for his first Q2 session, and banked a lot of valuable experience in the process.


Attention now turns to tomorrow and we will see if we can start well and gain a few more places in the opening lap. We know that overtaking here is traditionally very difficult and whilst this means that we have an opportunity to hold on to our starting position, it equally means that getting into the points-scoring positions could be tricky.


George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/67386/drivers/66/george-russell): The car came alive in qualifying in these cooler conditions and I had a lot of fun out there. Again, I did not expect to be this fast, the car was feeling great and I had a good rhythm. It was a shame about the Q2 lap, we had some traffic and I think Q3 was possible today, which would have been amazing. But P12, considering where we were last year, was incredible. I love driving this track flat out, it was great fun and I'm proud of the boys and girls to get that result again. Fingers crossed we get a bit of rain tomorrow; we could do with that and we could be on for a good result. I am ready to fight, and hopefully we have a successful race.


Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi): I am definitely very pleased; it was my first time into Q2. From a team point of view, it needs to be acknowledged all the amazing work that they have done. For sure we knew that this track was going to suit our car more but getting both cars through to Q2 on merit shows that we have made a lot of progress. I am still a bit disappointed in myself that I wasn't further up, as I expected a bit more. However, I can be very pleased with the overall session and a big well done to the guys.

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:32
Hungary GP: Qualifying team notes - PirelliMercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes), Racing Point (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/14/racing-point) and Renault (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/13/renault) began Q2 on the P Zero Yellow medium tyres, with Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) and Racing Point (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/14/racing-point) setting their best times on this compound. Racing Point (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/14/racing-point) used two sets of mediums, whereas Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) used one. Both teams will start the race on this tyre, theoretically around half a second per lap slower than the P Zero Red soft but with a longer life and lower degradation: especially if tomorrow's weather is warmer. Renault (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/13/renault) driver Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon) subsequently improved his Q2 time by using the soft tyre whereas his team mate Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo) stuck with the medium, but both Renaults qualified out of the top 10.



The track record was already broken before the end of qualifying, despite track conditions that were not ideal. Hamilton's pole lap beat last year's equivalent by more than a second.


The quickest strategy for the 70-lap Hungarian Grand Prix tomorrow is a one-stopper, as has often been the case in the past. The best way is to start on the medium for 35 to 40 laps, and then go onto the soft until the end. Second-fastest is actually a two-stopper, with two stints on soft of 21 to 25 laps each, then a final stint on medium to the flag. The third-quickest is a soft-hard strategy, swapping tyres between laps 28 and 34, while the slowest is a medium-hard strategy, changing between laps 35 and 38.


Mario Isola: "The speed today was truly impressive, with the track record shattered, and once more we saw how much the cars have evolved since last year, despite uncertain weather during the build-up to qualifying. Nonetheless, there wasn't any significant graining in the low temperatures today, from what we can tell so far. We had a mix of strategies in qualifying, which means that the top four cars will begin the race on the medium tyre, as long as it stays dry: which is far from guaranteed. There seems to be an advantage in starting on the medium tyre, especially in case of hotter conditions, so now the top cars will have to focus on making the most of their chosen strategy."

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:33
Rueda Prensa (Sábado):

https://www.pitpass.com/67397/Hungary-GP-Post-Qualifying-press-conference

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:39
G. Russell está realizando un trabajo sensacional, pero a veces deconozco el porqué los pilotos no cuidan un poco más lo que escupen por la boca, como hoy comentando que a Albon en Red Bull Racing lo están haciendo pasar como un "pringao" :risitas: Y claro, MV que tiene que estar calentito por dentro, por la situación en el equipo, no le ha tardado en responder:

https://www.pitpass.com/67396/Russell-and-Verstappen-in-spat-over-Albon

llumia
19/07/2020, 00:42
Galería de fotos Sábado (AMuS):

https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/f1-fotos-gp-ungarn-2020-budapest-bilder-qualifikation-samstag/

llumia
19/07/2020, 01:04
@diegomejia se ha "currado" este mapa de la pista, indicando el nombre del piloto que más rápido ha circulado por los distintos "minisectores":

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EdPkTB8XoAI9AZd?format=png&name=900x900

llumia
19/07/2020, 01:06
La "broma" del día:

https://www.racefans.net/2020/07/18/racing-point-prove-teams-with-small-budgets-can-be-competitive-wolff/

GoVal
19/07/2020, 11:13
G. Russell está realizando un trabajo sensacional, pero a veces deconozco el porqué los pilotos no cuidan un poco más lo que escupen por la boca, como hoy comentando que a Albon en Red Bull Racing lo están haciendo pasar como un "pringao" :risitas: Y claro, MV que tiene que estar calentito por dentro, por la situación en el equipo, no le ha tardado en responder:

https://www.pitpass.com/67396/Russell-and-Verstappen-in-spat-over-Albon


A los pilotos de esa generación se les ve a todos bastante unidos, fuera de la pista parecen más compañeros de equipo de fútbol o baloncesto que juegan juntos desde pequeños que pilotos enemigos. Y da la sensación de que ninguno traga mucho a Max, por decirlo suavemente. :gaydude: Y Max lo sabe y además está muy agustito con eso porque piensa que el único motivo de no caer bien al resto es su superioridad como piloto. Y cuando alguien osa poner en lo más mínimo esa superioridad, no puede evitar abrir la boca ipso facto.





La "broma" del día:

https://www.racefans.net/2020/07/18/racing-point-prove-teams-with-small-budgets-can-be-competitive-wolff/


:juas: :juas: :juas: Festival del humor. :cunaooooo:

GoVal
19/07/2020, 11:19
ferrari comienza a ver luz a final del tunel, si son mejores en carrera le podemos ver en el podio :sherlock:


Ojala sea así y realmente estén avanzando para hacer más interesante la lucha por los podios, al menos por el último cajón porque esta temporada parece que va a ser más recital Mercedes que nunca.


PD. Bienvenida. :hello:

GoVal
19/07/2020, 13:52
Juegos de neumáticos disponibles para carrera y mejores estrategias según Pirelli. Ahora mismo está lloviendo en el circuito, así que igual tanto cálculo de estrategias no sirve para mucho.


https://i.imgur.com/VsDJIl3.jpg


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GoVal
19/07/2020, 14:58
Verstappen se ha ido al muro yendo a la parrilla de salida.


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GoVal
19/07/2020, 15:01
Están intentando reparar en la parrilla. No sé si hubiese sido mejor ir al garaje aunque hubiese tenido que salir desde el pit lane.


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GoVal
19/07/2020, 15:04
Trabajando a destajo.


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GoVal
19/07/2020, 15:07
Gran foto.


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GoVal
19/07/2020, 15:08
Carrera declarada en agua, así que la estrategia de neumáticos de ayer no ha servido para nada. Todos van a salir con neumático intermedio menos Magnussen, que ha montado neumático de lluvia.

GoVal
19/07/2020, 15:11
Los mecánicos de Verstappen han logrado montar el coche a tiempo. Ahora a ver si han podido reparar todo lo dañado. Verstappen les ha dado las gracias por la radio. No es para menos.


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GoVal
19/07/2020, 18:27
FORMULA 1 ARAMCO MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2020 - Hungaroring - Budapest
Resultados CARRERA
Domingo, 19 de julio de 2020


Lewis HAMILTON cierra un fin de semana perfecto logrando una cómoda victoria en el Hungarorig, su 8ª victoria aquí, por lo que iguala el récord de victorias en un mismo circuito que tiene Michael Schumacher en Magny Cours. Por si fuera poco, ha liderado todas las vueltas y ha marcado la vuelta rápida 1:16.627, que es nuevo récord del circuito y, además, se pone líder del mundial.

Max VERSTAPPEN terminó 2º a pesar de que estuvo cerca de no comenzar la carrera. El impecable trabajo de sus mecánicos después de que él se fuera al muro de camino a la parrilla le permitió tomar la salida. Mucha templanza la del holandés después del incidente.

El otro piloto que completa el podio también cometió un error. Y es que Valtteri BOTTAS hizo un amago de salida un poco antes de que se apagara el semáforo. Los comisarios no le impusieron ninguna sanción porque, al parecer, su reacción adelantada está dentro del margen de tolerancia de la FIA. Los hay con suerte.

Lance STROLL aprovechó el problema de Bottas para colocarse 2º en la salida, puesto que mantuvo varias vueltas para al final terminar 4º. Carrera sin errores para él.

Tras él ha cruzado la meta ALBON, que está siendo investigado porque, al parecer, sus mecánicos secaron su zona de la parrilla. Si lo sancionaran con tiempo no habría cambios en la clasificación ya que él ha sido el último de los pilotos en cruzar en la misma vuelta que el líder. Todos los demás fueron doblados.

VETTEL no tuvo una carrera facil pero consiguió terminar 6º, por delante de Checo PÉREZ, que tuvo una mala salida (estaba justo detrás de Bottas y su salida falsa lo pudo despistar) y no pudo aprovechar el potencial de su coche.

En 8ª posición ha cruzado la meta RICCIARDO y tras él Kevin MAGNUSSEN gracias a la decisión estratégica de Haas en la vuelta de instalación. GROSJEAN, que ha terminado 15º montó intermedios mientras que Magnussen fue el único piloto que montó neumáticos de lluvias para la salida pero en la vuelta de instalación decidieron que ambos pilotos cambiaran a medios para, aunque tuvieran que salir del pit lane, ahorrarse una parada y esa decidisión les ha permitido conseguir esos 2 puntos.

El último punto en liza ha sido para Carlos SAINZ, que hizo una buena salida pero problemas de tráfico en su primera parada le hizo perder mucho tiempo y posiciones. Además, en esa misma parada tuvo un toque con LATIFI que dejó al de Williams con un pinchazo y una sanción. Tras la segunda parada, Carlos estuvo mucho tiempo atrapado tras LECLERC, lo que no le permitió poder alcanzar a Magnussen al final de la carrera. Eso sí, Carlos y Leclerc nos regalaron unas cuantas peleas que han sido de lo poco interesante que ha tenido la carrera.

Segunda carrera sin puntuar para Leclerc, que ha estado sufriendo de principio a fin. En su primera parada montó blandos (Vettel montó medios) y no le fueron muy bien, teniendo que adelantar mucho su segunda parada.

Tras los problemas de ayer, Pierre GASLY cambió su unidad de potencia, aunque de poco le ha servido porque se ha tenido que retirar por problemas, de nuevo, de motor. Veremos si puede recuperarlos o tendrá que empezar a penalizar.





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GoVal
19/07/2020, 18:29
Resumen perfecto de la carrera de Hamilton y Vettel. :cunaooooo:


https://twitter.com/slverarrws/status/1284863805739143168?s=20

GoVal
19/07/2020, 18:30
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GoVal
19/07/2020, 18:50
Pues revisando el vuelta a vuelta, veo que Verstappen le ha quitado el Grand Chelem a Hamilton al quedarse fuera más tiempo en la primera parada. Mini punto para Max. :cunaooooo:


https://i.imgur.com/XwBKGIA.jpg

GoVal
19/07/2020, 21:31
:roto2rie:


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EdS35tbWsAE4AIb.jpg:large

deivison
19/07/2020, 22:00
Lewis Hamilton sobra na Hungria e conquista 86ªVitória da carreira



Um final de semana perfeito de Lewis Hamilton, depois da pole position no sábado acabou completando o seu impecável final de semana com a vitória. Ainda por cima marcou a melhor volta da prova e passou a liderar o Mundial de Pilotos, Valtteri Bottas acabou em 3ºlugar, custou muito a ele a péssima largada que acabou fazendo.


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Max Verstappen acabou ficando na 2ªposição. Antes da largada, ainda indo para o grid, Verstappen acabou indo para o muro, danificando o aerofólio dianteiro e a suspensão. A Equipe Red Bull trabalhou bastante para colocar o carro do piloto Holandês em ordem.


Com a pista molhada ainda, a prova começou. Hamilton largou muito bem, ao contraio de Bottas que acabou com o receio de ter queimado a largada ficando lento, caindo da 2ª para a 6ªposição. Perez também não largou muito bem, caiu da 4ª para a 7ªposição. Lance Stroll foi para a segunda posição e Max Verstappen pulou da 7ªpara a terceira posição. Vettel, Leclerc, Bottas, Perez, Sainz jr., Ricciardo e Lafiti (que largou da 15ªposição) completavam as 10 primeiras posições.



Com a pista secando, logo todo mundo teria que colocar os pneus de pista seca. Bottas e Leclerc foram os primeiros a pararem após 2 voltas completadas, Depois vieram Hamilton, Stroll, Vettel e os outros pilotos colocarem os pneus de pista seca. Verstappen, Riccardo, Ocon, Norris e Russell ficaram na pista por mais uma volta e depois foram colocar os pneus de pista seca. Durante essas paradas, ocorreu um incidente entre Carlos Sainz jr. e Nicholas Lafiti, O piloto da Williams foi mandado para a pista de maneira perigosa e isso fez com que Sainz furasse o pneu do piloto Canadense.


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Por incrível que pareça, Kevin Magnussen e Romain Grosjean foram os dois pilotos que se deram bem, A Haas fez a parada com os dois pilotos depois da volta de apresentação. com essa tática, Magnussen subiu para a 3ªposção e Grosjean subiu para a 4ªposição. Hamilton continuava em primeiro e Verstappen subiu para a segunda posição.


Lance Stroll foi para cima de Grosjean e acabou superando o piloto francês na 7ªVolta passando para a quarta posição. Bottas atacava Leclerc, na 8ªVolta o finlandês chegou a passar o Monegasco, mas acabou no traçado molhado e acabou perdendo essa ultrapassagem. Porém, essa ultrapassagem não iria demorar muito para acontecer e ela aconteceu na 10ªvolta passando para a 6ªposição.


Valtteri Bottas passou facilmente Romain Grosjean e passou para a 5ªposição. Leclerc começava a conviver com os problemas de pneus, Passando a ser o pressionado pelo Alexander Albon que superou Vettel, após o piloto alemão ter errado uma curva.


Pior ficou para Pierre Gasly, os problemas de motor acabaram por impedi-lo de continuar na prova, abandonando na 16ªvolta.


Stroll e Bottas superaram Kevin Magnussen passando para o 3º e 4ºlugares respectivamente. Na 18ªVolta, Alexander Albon superou Charles Leclerc passando para a 7ªposição. A corrida de recuperação do Tailandês vem sendo muito boa. Já para o Monegasco, a situação era muito difícil, Pressionado por Vettel e ainda por cima sendo tão lento a ponto de Perez, Ricciardo e Sainz jr. chegarem neles. O piloto Alemão superou Leclerc sem resistência.


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Depois de 17 voltas de uso de pneus, Leclerc foi para a segunda parada após 20 voltas. Enquanto isso, Hamilton abre 11.6 segundos a frente de Max Verstappen, 27 segundos de Lance Stroll e 30 segundos de Valtteri Bottas. Com um terço de prova completada, apenas os dois pilotos da Haas não tinham ido para os boxes.


Vettel voltou a prova na 15ªposição e seu desempenho melhorou, Em poucas voltas, o piloto da Ferrari chegou em Lando Norris e foi um dos melhores duelos da prova. A briga valeu a 14ªposição.Na 29ªVolta, Albon superou Grosjean passando para a 6ªposição. Duas voltas depois, Vettel foi para a sua segunda

parada,a grande maioria colocava pneus duros. Na 32ªvolta, foi a vez de Sergio Perez superar Romain Grosjean e ganhar a 8ªposição. Os pilotos da Haas não tinham carro e nem ritmo para se manterem nas primeiras posições.



Leclerc tentou passar Norris que segurou a posição após ficar lado a lado com o piloto da Ferrari, na volta seguinte, Leclerc fez mesma manobra, mas dessa vez, conseguiu a ultrapassagem subindo para a 13ªposição. Na mesma 33ªVolta, Ricciardo superou Grosjean e ganha a 9ªposição.


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Valtteri Bottas sem conseguir a ultrapassagem em cima de Stroll foi para os boxes na 35ªvolta, justamente quando a chuva começava a cair de leve no circuito de Hungaroring. Na volta seguinte Stroll parou e acabou perdendo a posição para Bottas que passava a ser o 3ºcolocado e de quebra com a volta mais rápida da corrida.



Verstappen parou na 37ªVolta, voltando 10.5 segundos a frente do piloto finlandês. Hamilton parou na volta 38. Enquanto os pilotos da Mercedes e Lance Stroll colocaram pneus médios, Verstappen colocou os pneus duros. A partir dai a vantagem do piloto da Red Bull foi diminuído rapidamente, até que Bottas chega em Verstappen a 23 voltas do final da prova, mas não conseguia a ultrapassagem. Max era mais feliz nas ultrapassagens sobre os retardatários.


Na volta 50, Bottas vai para a 3ªparada e coloca pneus duros, tentando buscar Verstappen (Seria melhor colocar um novo médio ou um macio na reta final de corrida) para ganhar a segunda posição. 2 voltas depois, Stroll fez a terceira parada e voltou ainda a frente de Sebastian Vettel.


Bottas começou tirando bem rápido a vantagem para Verstappen, entre 1 a 2 segundos por volta. Tudo indicava que o piloto da Mercedes chegaria no piloto da Red Bull. Porém, Bottas teve 2 ou 3 voltas onde ele não conseguiu baixar a vantagem. Isso foi fundamental para o resultado final da prova.


Na volta 60, Sainz jr. superou Leclerc e passou a ser o 10ºcolocado. A Ferrari tinha mais um dia duro na temporada, tanto é que Vettel e Leclerc já estava uma volta atrás do Líder. Vettel foi pressionado por Albon, Na reta final de corrida, o alemão errou e o piloto Tailandês conquistou a 5ªposição.


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Hamilton foi para os boxes nas voltas finais para colocar os pneus macios para marcar a melhor volta da prova. E foi isso que ele conseguiu, Fazer por 2 vezes a melhor volta da prova para conquistar a 86ªvitória da carreira. A 8ªVitória na Hungria e a liderança do campeonato, Com 63 pontos contra 58 pontos de Valtteri Bottas.


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O piloto finlandês não conseguiu fazer uma tentativa de ultrapassagem e acabou ficando atrás de Max Verstappen, que do possível fracasso previsto para a corrida e da batida na vinda ao grid de largada acabou ficando na 2ªposição. Um grande resultado para Max e para a Red Bull.


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Lance Stroll conquista o melhor resultado da Racing Point em 2020, em uma corrida consistente o canadense acabou fazendo o seu melhor e mostrando que a equipe do seu pai pode fazer um grande campeonato.


Alexander Albon após um sábado horrível acabou o dia em um respeitável 5ºlugar, ficando na frente de Sebastian Vettel da Ferrari. Foi mais um final de semana ruim para a Ferrari que só viu Vettel na zona de pontuação, Já que Charles Leclerc acabou ficando em 11ºlugar, depois do pódio improvável na Áustria, o monegasco vem a ficar em branco nas 2 últimas provas.

Sergio Perez ficou bem ofuscado pelo desempenho de Stroll, o 7ºlugar de hoje não ajuda em nada na tentativa dele permanecer na Racing Point para a temporada de 2021. Daniel Ricciardo fez uma boa corrida dentro das condições que a Renault oferece (A equipe Francesa entrou novamente com um protesto contra o carro da Racing Point após a corrida) chegando em 8ºlugar.
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Kevin Magnussen perdeu rendimento, mas conseguiu levar a Haas para os primeiros pontos na temporada. Um 9ºlugar conquistando muito pela estratégia da equipe norte-americana, mas que teve também a competência do piloto dinamarquês . Já Grosjean acabou ficando em 15ºlugar, bem longe da zona de pontuação.


Quem ficou bem longe dos bons desempenhos da Áustria foi a Mclaren. Em uma corrida muito discreta, Carlos Sainz jr. ainda conseguiu salvar um único ponto ao terminar na 10ªposição.


Depois de Charles Leclerc, sem nenhum brilho ficou Danill Kyvat na 12ªposição resistindo a pressão de Lando Norris da Mclaren e de Esteban Ocon da Renault.


Kimi Raikkonen e Antonio Giovinazzi da Alfa Romeo terminaram na frente de George Russell da Williams, a equipe de Grover ainda não parece ter um carro de corrida a altura de desafiar o fundo do pelotão da Formula 1. Já Nicholas Latifi teve inúmeros problemas até terminar a corrida na 19ª e última posição, pelo menos o Canadense teve uma bela largada no circuito Húngaro.


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Depois de 3 finais de semana seguidos, os motores voltam a roncar daqui a 2 semanas, quando vai ser realizado o GP da Inglaterra de Formula 1. Hamilton na liderança do campeonato e em sua casa vai continuar brilhando ou Bottas vai reagir após o insucesso de hoje e retornar a liderança do campeonato? Só saberemos a resposta depois da linha de chegada daqui a 2 semanas.


De última hora, Magnussen e Grosjean violaram o Artigo 27.1 do Regulamento Esportivo da F1: “O motorista deve dirigir o carro sozinho e sem ajuda na volta de formação do grid” com isso, Magnussen caiu para o 10ºlugar e Grosjean caiu para o 16ºlugar.


Resultado final do GP da Hungria:


pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Tempo


1
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:36:12.473


2
33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
a 8.702s


3
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
a 9.452s


4
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
a 57.579s


5
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
a 1:18.316s


6
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
a 1 Volta


7
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
a 1 Volta


8
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
a 1 Volta


9
55
Carlos Sainz jr.
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
a 1 Volta


10
20
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
a 1 Volta


11
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
a 1 Volta


12
26
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
a 1 Volta


13
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
a 1 Volta


14
31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
a 1 Volta


15
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
a 1 Volta


16
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
a 1 Volta


17
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
a 1 Volta


18
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
a 1 Volta


19
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
a 5 Voltas


20
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
a 11 Voltas


Melhor volta de cada piloto: Lewis Hamilton ficou com 1 ponto da melhor volta da prova.


pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Melhor Volta
Nº volta


1
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:16.627
70


2
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:17.665
66


3
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:18.973
68


4
33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:19.184
60


5
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:19.440
68


6
55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:19.457
67


7
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:19.532
46


8
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:19.945
42


9
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:19.984
67


10
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:20.090
39


11
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:20.096
44


12
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:20.232
61


13
31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:20.261
40


14
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:20.363
49


15
20
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:20.477
68


16
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:20.821
64


17
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:20.889
67


18
26
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:20.946
51


19
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:21.198
64


20
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:23.939
10


Texto: Deivison da Conceição da Silva
Fotos: Mercedes/Ferrari/Red Bull/Mclaren/Renault/Alpha Tauri/Racing Point/Alfa Romeo/Haas/Williams
Fonte: http://portalsportszone.com.br/lewis-hamilton-sobra-na-hungria-e-conquista-86avitoria-da-carreira/

deivison
19/07/2020, 22:10
Mundial de Pilotos e de Construtores – Formula 1 2020Mundial de Pilotos:


pos

Piloto
Equipe
País
Pontos


1
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
Inglaterra
63


2
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
Finlândia
58


3
33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
Holanda
33


4
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
Inglaterra
26


5
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
Tailândia
22


6
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
México
22


7
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
Mônaco
18


8
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
Canadá
18


9
55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
Espanha
15


10
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
Alemanha
9


11
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
Austrália
8


12
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
França
6


13
31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
França
4


14
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
Itália
2


15
26
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
Rússia
1


16
20
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 Team
Dinamarca
1


17
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
Canadá
0


18
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
Finlândia
0


19
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
França
0


20
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
Inglaterra
0


Mundial de Construtores:


pos
Equipe
Chassis
Motor
Pontos


1
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
121


2
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
55


3
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
41


4
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
40


5
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
27


6
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
12


7
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT01
Honda RA620H
7


8
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
2


9
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1


10
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
0


Fonte: http://portalsportszone.com.br/formula-1/mundial-de-pilotos-formula-1-2020/

GoVal
19/07/2020, 22:23
Los problemas de la parada de Sainz.


https://twitter.com/movistar_F1/status/1284868395121422338?s=20

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:08
Impresiones de los equipos después de finalizar la carrera:

Hungary GP: Race team notes - MercedesLewis scored the 86th win of his Formula One career - his second of the 2020 season and eighth at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest), matching Michael Schumacher's record for the most wins scored at the same race and the same track.



Valtteri recovered from a poor start to fight his way back to P3, scoring his second podium finish at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest).

Lewis scored the additional point for fastest lap, with his 1:16.627 setting a new lap record at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest). Today's race marks Lewis's 150th race led in F1.

Lewis (63 points) leads the Drivers' Championship by five points from Valtteri (58 points).


The Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes)-AMG Petronas F1 Team (121 points) leads Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Racing (55 points) by 66 points in the Constructors' Championship.


Peter Bonnington, Senior Race Engineer, accepted the Constructors' trophy on behalf of the team.


Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton): What an incredible race. Honestly, that was one of my favourites that I've raced, even though I was on my own for the majority, it's a very different kind of challenge and I was pushing hard out there - particularly for the fastest lap at the end. I want to say a huge congratulations to everyone back home at the factory in Brackley and at HPP in Brixworth, they've done such a fantastic job developing and improving for this year and this team just continues to amaze me. I love working with them and I'm grateful to be able to perform for them on weekends like this. We had great pace today, brilliant pit stops, a fantastic strategy and then, as I was managing those Mediums for a long, long time, at the end it was the perfect time to get on fresh tyres and take that extra point for fastest lap. Everything has just been on point throughout the weekend, so we need to try and keep it up. I can't wait for Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone) now, although I'll miss the energy the fans bring, so I hope I can perform for them there as I know they'll be watching from home.


Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas): That was a tough race. Obviously starting second on the grid, you aim to win the race, but I had a bad start and lost a few positions. I reacted to a light on my dash that went off, instead of the start lights, which then meant the car went into anti-stall and I had to do the start again. I lost some ground there and that made the race very difficult for me, as I was fighting right to the very end. It was pretty close with Max and I think the gamble to pit late on was definitely worth taking, as it gave me the difference in tyre life. But it didn't quite pay off today. Still, I scored a good haul of points and there's plenty to learn from this weekend, heading to Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone).


Toto Wolff: A 1-3 result is really satisfying, especially on a track that hasn't always been our favourite in the past. A great result for the team! Lewis had a really good start in those tricky conditions and from there, he was in control of the race, managing his pace and dealing with the curveballs the weather threw at us. For Valtteri, obviously he had a difficult start and that dropped him into the midfield, but he fought back well to finish P3. We leave the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) with three wins out of three races and very happy. The car seems to be in a good place but to maintain it, we know we need to keep working hard and adding performance. Now we're looking ahead to Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone) in two weeks and we're looking forward to be back there.


Andrew Shovlin: It's great to finish this first triple-header with a third win and be able to further extend our lead in the Championships. Lewis put in another masterclass, he was able to control the race from start to finish and build enough of a gap to give us some margin to cover the uncertain weather and any risk of Safety Cars. Valtteri had a busy afternoon. He nearly went before the lights but pulled the clutch and managed to avoid a jump start. However, that cost him a load of time and he was down in seventh exiting Turn 1. Valtteri called first to switch to dry tyres which was a good call, but he was stuck behind the Charles and lost a bit of the benefit to the cars that went one lap longer. Lewis didn't need to take risks so went a lap further before stopping. Valtteri did a good job passing Charles and both Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) cars on track but by mid-race, the talk on the pitwall was all about the weather. We could see a shower moving towards us very slowly, but it looked like it would be short-lived and not heavy enough to take us to Intermediates. With Valtteri, we used it as the opportunity to undercut Lance by putting him on fresh tyres just before the rain started to fall. That worked nicely and he quickly was able to start closing down Max. His extra stop was a bit of a gamble and a shame it didn't work out, but there was no downside to trying. With Lewis we had the margin to wait until the others had stopped and from there he was just looking after the car and tyres to the finish. The car has been really strong all weekend, good in the corners and on the straights and it's run here without any reliability concerns. It's great that the sport has been able to get the season underway and as much as we're looking forward to a few days at home, we're also excited about getting back on track at Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone) in twelve days' time.

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:10
Hungary GP: Race team notes - FerrariThe Hungarian Grand Prix turned out to be much harder than expected for Scuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari). Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel) and Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) lacked pace all race long with their SF1000s and the result did not live up to expectations. Sebastian finished sixth with Charles just outside the points in eleventh, having struggled on his first set of slicks.



The race started on a wet track, although the storm that hit the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) at 13.20 had gone by then. From fifth and sixth on the grid, Seb and Charles got away well with the German fourth behind Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton), Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll) and Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen), with the Monegasque right behind him. As the track rapidly dried, Leclerc was one of the first to pit for slicks, with the team sending him out on Softs. Vettel came in next time round to take on Mediums to mix up the strategy. However, he was delayed for 7 seconds in rejoining the track, waiting for a gap in the pit lane traffic to emerge safely. That delay dropped him to eighth.


On lap 5, Charles was fifth ahead of Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas), while Seb was still eighth ahead of Alex Albon in the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull).

However, his Softs almost immediately started to suffer with graining, which meant he had a slower pace than those drivers with whom he was fighting. Bottas soon got past, while Seb made a mistake at turn 12, letting Albon by. Shortly after that, the Thai driver passed Charles too, who was then passed by his team-mate one lap later, so that on lap 21, he pitted for another set of tyres. He rejoined on the Hards, intending to go the chequered flag.


By around lap 28, it was clear that the rain that was due to return had veered off course. So, on lap 31, the team brought Sebastian in and sent him off on Hard tyres, again with the aim of going to the finish. After all the mid-field runners had stopped the German was fifth ahead of Albon and Charles was tenth ahead of Sainz who had just pitted for new Hards.


Sebastian did his best to hang onto fifth to the flag, but had to give best to Albon who made the most of tyres that were five laps fresher. By now Charles tyres had done 50 laps and he too was unable to fight off the advances of Sainz, who at the third attempt managed to get his McLaren (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/5/mclaren) ahead of the Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) for the final point on offer. Sixth and eleventh in the Hungarian Grand Prix is a clear indication of how much work needs to be done to be competitive again. After this opening triple-header, the Championship now has a weekend off, before coming back with two races, the first on Sunday 2nd August at Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone), which hosted the first ever round of the F1 world championship on 13 May 1950.


Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel): "This was a better performance compared to my first race in Austria. However, in the early stages we might have done a bit better if I'd taken more of a gamble and come in for dry tyres on lap 3 instead of 4. As it was, I lost a lot of time, having to let other cars come down pit lane before I could be released. But in the end, fifth or sixth was the most we could have done.


"Towards the end, I was struggling with the tyres and even if I would have loved to have put up more of a fight, there wasn't much I could do to keep Alex (Albon) behind me. We are not where we want to be just now, but at least we did everything we could today."


Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc): "It was a very complicated race. I'm not sure what happened, because we didn't make changes to the car, but it was extremely hard to drive, as the balance was so much worse than Friday and Saturday, when it was actually better than expected. It just didn't feel like the same car.


"We need to look further into that to try and understand, as I was struggling a lot. We stopped for Softs a bit earlier than others and maybe it was a bit too optimistic. But it was a good call and I managed a few quick laps, but there was only one dry line so I could not overtake and, with hindsight the Soft was not the best choice. After that we were just slow.

There's lot of work ahead of us."


Mattia Binotto Team Principal: "An extremely disappointing Sunday and the result is very hard to swallow. In qualifying, we had got the most out of the car as it is at the moment, but in the race that was not the case. To be lapped is very painful for us and our fans.


"Now we return home after this very long trip and we have to try everything we can to improve as much as possible in every area. Everyone will have to analyse their work and have the courage to change course if necessary, because the current dynamic is unacceptable. There is no other solution to fix this situation."

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:11
Hungary GP: Race team notes - Red BullMax Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen): "This podium is definitely dedicated to my mechanics. I thought the race was over before it had even started. I braked, locked a wheel, came off the brakes and tried to brake again but went straight on into the wall on the out lap. I couldn't believe it but I managed to reverse out of the wall and get to the grid. As a Team we never give up and the mechanics did an incredible job to fix the car so quickly, I don't think anyone could actually believe they managed it but they all stayed very calm. The track was still pretty greasy but I had a good start. You cannot plan going into Turn 1 but I saw there was a traffic jam on the inside so I thought I would go around the outside where I knew there was grip in the wet and it worked. The race could have been very different if I was stuck in seventh place for a few laps that's for sure. We then made all the right strategy calls and I just had to manage my tyres, be as consistent as possible and manage the backmarkers. To be second here between the two dominant Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) cars is an unbelievable result and we did not expect it yesterday after qualifying and such a difficult weekend. We want to try to close the gap to Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes), they are really dominant at the moment so it will be very hard to beat them but we won't stop trying."



Alex Albon: "It was a good race and I had a lot of fun with my elbows out. If you had told me we'd be P5 after yesterday I would have jumped at it. Today was never going to be easy starting from P13 but we had a good start and we made our way through the field. It's not easy to overtake at this circuit so we had to do some big moves to get past people. Every move you do is always on the limit here but it worked out for us and I enjoy the battles as it's nice to put on a show. When we fight we tend to come out on top and the car is good on the brakes so it's nice to make these moves. We lost quite a lot of time in traffic today behind the Ferraris otherwise I think we would have been closer but the car was really good and when we were in clean air we were fast and very competitive. I'm happy with the result and it's good points for the Team after such a tricky day yesterday so I think we have to be thankful. Today is a bit of a surprise as to why our race pace is so much better than our quali pace, so we need to understand that, but it's positive and means some things on the car are working."


Christian Horner: "The mechanics did an amazing job today and Max owes this result to them. To get his car repaired in 20 minutes on the grid is incredible and you could see the sweat dripping off them. The guys have been doing an amazing job, especially with the amount of specification changes we've had this weekend, as well as breaking curfew on Friday night. We were obviously on the ropes in qualifying yesterday so to bounce back and split the Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) with a P2 here is great. Max drove the wheels off the car and Alex drove a great race too. Considering where he started from on the grid, he put the lap times in and all credit to him as the passing moves he did today made for a great recovery drive.

The car is in better shape in race trim and strategically we are sharp but we have updates that aren't behaving as expected, compared with pre-season testing, so we need to go through all the data we've collected and understand it before Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone)."

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:12
Hungary GP: Race team notes - McLarenLando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris): "Tough result. I wouldn't say tough race. The hardest part was my start - I had a good launch but then in the second phase I just had so much wheelspin and it all went wrong. That was a mistake I made. I haven't done that many starts in the wet and I've never had a great one. I've been preparing for it, but I just couldn't quite get it right again.



"The rest of the race was just trying to recover from that. It's such a difficult track to overtake on, I couldn't really do too much else. I think the pace was good, and the car was pretty good to drive. I just had a difficult start on probably one of the most important tracks to get away quickly, so on to the next one. It's my first proper big mistake of the season. I need to work on it and come back stronger. A big thanks goes to everyone in the team, who've worked hard to put both Carlos and I in the best possible positions over these opening three races. I'm looking forward to putting this race behind me at my home track over the next two grands prix."


Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz): "Overall a tough day today. I was very happy with the start which left us in a strong position before the first pit-stop, however we lost several positions during the stop due to the traffic release, which I think cost us a lot in the overall result. I managed to fight back into the points, so I'm happy about that, but definitely not the best Sunday because I feel we deserved a bit more. I'm looking forward to improving the car balance and coming back stronger at Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone). Thank you to the whole team for the effort during this first triple-header. Let's keep pushing!"


Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "First of all, a big thank you to the entire race team for completing our first triple-header of 2020. We really pulled through as a team and we're travelling back to the UK with 40 points in the Constructors' World Championship. Unfortunately, after two very good weekends, our race here in Hungary was compromised from the start. Lando had an issue off the line that lost him a lot of positions, but he kept fighting and made his way back up to P13. With Carlos, we were unlucky. He lost several positions after his pit-stop when the pit-lane was blocked with other cars, not allowing him to leave the pit-box. It took a great drive from him to make it back to P10 after that. Both drivers fought excellently, giving it their all right to the end and not giving up.


"We now go home and will take the next few days to reset and analyse in detail what happened over these first races. To complete three races in three weeks has required a huge effort from the team, and I'm pleased with how we've risen to this challenge. The team, both at the track and back at home at the MTC, has worked hard to maximise our performance, and it's thanks to their efforts that we come away with such a strong points haul. We'll take away a lot of positives from this opening stint, but also know there are areas in which we must improve. We'll use the time we have before going to Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone) to do just that."

McHouserphy
20/07/2020, 01:14
Los números del G.P de HUNGRÍA 2020:

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McHouserphy
20/07/2020, 01:15
HUNGRÍA 2020 - PDFs (https://mega.nz/#!mwtTjChL!o-7sDjxxg7Djva4ON2biVWaqEy9-VmGWHh04Q_tF6qo)


Seguimos porrocesando ... :putersmile1:...

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:15
Hungary GP: Race team notes - RenaultRenault (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/13/renault) DP World F1 Team claimed its third consecutive eighth place finish as Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo) scored four points in a busy Hungarian Grand Prix. Team-mate Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon) finished outside the points in fourteenth place.



In a similar trend to Saturday's qualifying, rain clouds circled the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) with showers expected throughout the day.


The rain arrived prior to the race with both drivers starting on Pirelli's Intermediate tyres with Daniel eleventh and Esteban fourteenth.


Daniel gained two places on the opening laps with Esteban slow off the line and trailing back to seventeenth.

With others pitting for dry tyres, Daniel and Esteban ran as high as second and third before the opening stops for Mediums on lap 4.

The race soon settled with Daniel knocking on the door of the points and Esteban opting for an aggressive approach by stopping at the midway point for Hards.


Daniel remained out - jumping a number of cars ahead of him - before pitting on lap 43 for a new set of Mediums. He pushed into the top eight and hunted down a top six finish, which he narrowly missed out on by just two seconds.

Esteban managed his Hard tyres to the end of the race, finishing fourteenth.

Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo): "It was quite a busy race and, overall, I'm happy with how it went. I gave everything I could and I felt we got the most from it today. Our start was good and everyone around us went for slicks quite early on. We showed good pace on the Medium and almost caught the top six at the end. Eighth was all we could achieve in the end, though. We've had eighth in every race so far. It's not bad, but I do feel we have the speed for more from the first three races. We're not far from top six finishes, it's coming, and we know bigger points are around the corner."


Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon): "It has been a tough weekend from the beginning. We're not happy with it, of course, and it's not a great result. We are all disappointed and we can only come back stronger from here. We have to learn from it, move on and come back as a team. There was a lot happening in the race, but we didn't make any progress in any of the conditions. We have to review it and work hard together to avoid this type of result. The first two races were decent, but there was not enough improvements for this one."


Cyril Abiteboul, Team Principal: "It's the third race in a row where we have finished in eighth place. Given the competitiveness of the field, it is where our car probably is right now. It was good to get the two cars at the end as a lot has been done to overcome the reliability issues from the first two races. This weekend has revolved around tyre choices and looking at the weather radar. Our strong competitiveness on Friday encouraged us to try and qualify on the Medium, but in hindsight doing so we probably made the qualifying session too difficult and not only it did not pay in terms of starting position but it also turned out to be unnecessary as we all started on Intermediates for the race. We didn't have great first laps, but we managed to recover after the first stop, which was probably rightly timed on a drying track. From that point onwards it was about managing a dry race with two sets of Mediums for Daniel and Medium to Hard for Esteban. Both cars showed once again very decent pace in free air, but the pace delta was not enough to progress further in the order towards the end of the race. Esteban is clearly disappointed with his weekend and we will use the time we have before the next triple headers to look into what we can do to rebound."

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:16
Hungary GP: Race team notes - AlphaTauriDaniil Kvyat (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/32/daniil-kvyat): "I was happy with the race pace today, I overtook some cars already on lap one and I made a very good call to go on slicks at the right time. After the pit stops I ended up behind cars I had already overtaken on the first laps. I need to review the race to understand it better, because I felt there was a chance of finishing in the points today and to end up only P12 is not really satisfying. I'm still working on understanding the car with my engineers and we learnt a lot during the last three races. Every lap is important and we'll try different solutions to suit the car a little bit more to my driving style in Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone)."



Pierre Gasly (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/53/pierre-gasly): "It was a very difficult weekend for us. For some reason we struggled the whole time, with a few issues here and there. Today we had a drivetrain issue and since the beginning of the race I had problems with gear shifts which we tried to fix on track but we couldn't, so we just had to retire the car. It's a big shame, but we were just unlucky this weekend. Now we have a few days to prepare for Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone) and I hope to have a better weekend there."


Jody Egginton (Technical Director): "Not a great result today. We had to retire Pierre's car early on due to a gearbox issue and we were not able to move Dany forwards into the points, both of which are disappointing. The inter tyre was the obvious choice for the start of the race but the soft tyre we elected to fit at the first stop suffered more degradation than we expected, so we were forced to bring Dany's second stop forward, fitting the hard and trying to go longer. With the forecast rain not materialising we unfortunately had no opportunity to get back into the fight for points today, finishing 12th. Overall, although the car has shown some reasonable pace at various points this weekend, we have not got it all together here in Hungary and this is something we will be working hard to resolve ahead of the next race."

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:17
Hungary GP: Race team notes - Racing PointLance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll): "I'm really happy with P4: it's a good result and I have to thank the team for such a great job today and all weekend. It was fun to fight Max [Verstappen] at the start of the race and run in P2 in the changeable conditions. We actually ended up in quite a lonely race to P4, but the main thing is that we were able to score a good haul of points for the team, and so did Checo. It was such a complex race and I'm looking forward to reviewing it and learning what we can for the races to come. We've had three races now and looked strong in all of them. I think the podium was close today because we were in a big battle with Bottas and maybe we could have done things differently, but you can always say that after the race. That's racing and we've got to be happy with fourth."



Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez): "It was a shame about my start. I just picked up a lot of wheelspin in the first phase and that cost us a lot of positions. It's always tricky to recover at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest), but we tried our best and I had some good battles. I had a few adventures out there too and I ran wide - in the dry - and was lucky not to touch the wall. When I did get some clean air, I could show the pace of the car, but the time I lost on lap one was costly. The main thing is that we've scored more points for the team and are now just behind third place in the Constructors' Championship."


Otmar Szafnauer, CEO & Team Principal: "The rain showers ahead of the start certainly changed the complexion of the race and made things more challenging for everyone. Lance had a strong start moving up to second, but Sergio suffered from wheelspin and dropped down to seventh. The track was ready for dry tyres almost immediately and I think we pitted at the opportune time - certainly in sync with the cars we were racing. As the race settled down, Lance was in contention for a podium, but it proved difficult to hold off the recovering Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) of Bottas. The eventual fourth place for Lance is an excellent result following a mature drive to complete a very strong weekend. Checo's seventh-place finish was a legacy of the poor start and he spent most of the afternoon in the wheel tracks of Vettel and Albon. It proved difficult to follow cars closely, let alone overtake - even with a pace advantage. The 18 points scored consolidate our fourth place in the championship and we're actually tied on 40 points with the third-placed team. This result is an important reward for the entire team's efforts - both here in Budapest and back home in the UK."

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:19
Hungary GP: Race team notes - Alfa RomeoRain, thunder and lightning: all these things that could have happened this afternoon... didn't. In the end, the Hungarian Grand Prix was a slightly more sedate affair than what could have been expected just a few hours before the start, when the skies had opened.




With a race track rapidly drying, and staying so, the odds were always going to be stacked against us: starting in P19 and P20, no amount of good pace would have been enough to salvage a good result without a hefty dose of mayhem.

The predicted chaos did not materialise and, despite a good team performance, P16 for Kimi and P17 for Antonio was all we had to show by the chequered flag.


And yet, despite leaving Budapest with no points, there are positives to be taken. Once again, the pace we displayed once the lights went out was not to be sniffed at. On pace alone, we kept behind teams far ahead of us on the grid, challenging for the top ten until a penalty put pay to our hopes of points. Had we started in a better position, we would
have been looking at a different result.


The road ahead is clear: the team knows what to do and now we have the time to work on it. The two weeks to Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone) will be crucial to harness the potential of the C39 and make sure we are in a position to fight for points. The game is on and we're ready to play.


Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "The end result is disappointing, but looking at the data it is very clear the car was more competitive than our finishing positions would suggest. We had the pace to challenge our direct rivals and some quicker cars, but starting from the back we were always going to be at a disadvantage. Both cars had good pace and we could have brought home a point or two with a bit more luck, but Kimi's penalty and Antonio suffering on the soft tyres meant we weren't able to make up the deficit. With a better qualifying yesterday, we would have been in the thick of the fight for points."


Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen): "It wasn't a very busy race for me. Unfortunately, starting where we did meant we had a very difficult job ahead of us: we did what we could but it wasn't enough for points. Our pace wasn't too bad, I made up a few places at the start but the penalty put me back at the bottom. The grid was a bit slippery, I went a bit too long into the box and I didn't have the time to reverse; we could have been a few more places up so it's a bit of a shame. We have a lot of work to do to improve our qualifying, but we can be positive about our performance on Sundays."


Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi): "It was always going to be difficult to make up ground after yesterday's qualifying, but at least we can be satisfied with the pace we had towards the end of the race. My start was ok but at my first stop we switched to soft tyres that turned out to be far from the best compound today. That cost me a lot of time and by the time we switched to hards, which were a lot better, it was too late to recover many positions. The one-week break before Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone) will be very important for us to understand a little more about what happened in the last few weeks. We must work really hard to improve our car and be in better shape for the next triple header."

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:20
Hungary GP: Race team notes - Haas Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team scored its first points of the 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship with Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen) P9, and Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean) P15, at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday.



Wet weather prior to the start at the Hungaroring (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/6/budapest) prompted the grid to line up on Pirelli's Cinturato Green intermediate tires - all with the exception of Magnussen on the Blue wet tires, but Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team made a bold call and brought both drivers into the pit lane at the end of the formation lap to switch to the Yellow medium compound.


It meant Magnussen and Grosjean took the start from the pit lane and joined at the tail of the pack - but they soon reaped the reward. As the circuit dried rapidly those in front all had to make a change to dry-weather tires and Magnussen rose up to P3, with Grosjean P4.


As the front-runners came back into play both drivers had to turn on the rear-guard action while preserving their older tires for as long as possible. Grosjean came in on lap 35 for a set of the White hard tires, emerging P13, while

Magnussen boxed on lap 37, also for a set of the harder rubber, rejoining in P9.


Magnussen preserved that position through to the checkered flag, his ninth-place finish earning two points to kick-start Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team's 2020 tally, while Grosjean ensured both VF-20s reached the finish as he classified in P15.


The result leaves Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team ninth overall in the Constructors' Championship after the opening three rounds of the 2020 season.


Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean): "It was a good move from the team. I had radioed and said it was too dry for the inters, so we took the gamble. The first few laps were a bit hairy but after that things worked really well. The pace was good. I started to have graining on the front left tire, we hadn't protected it enough. Anyway, it was going okay, then sadly - and I need to review it, Albon had quite a late move on me at turn one, he hit my front wing and damaged it. I had much less performance in the car after that. We tried but things went out of sync after that, we just couldn't stay in the points."


Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen): "I'm so happy. The team made an amazing call before the beginning of the race - on the formation lap, to call for the slicks. It was really strong for them to give me that trust, to put me out on dry tires and in conditions that weren't easy. It was pretty risky, but it worked out. The pace was there and having started from the pit lane, after a few laps I was in P3. I knew that wouldn't be our final placing, but it was amazing to be up there in the race. I just tried to hang on to it as much as I could. I kept working with the team regarding where realistically we were going to be. In the end it was P9 - I held on to it and we had opened the gap to a Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) and then kept the McLaren (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/5/mclaren) away as well. It shows what a good car we had in the race. It's proved that the team has done an amazing job even though we've been struggling a little bit in qualifying."


Guenther Steiner: "It was a great result for the team today finishing ninth and bringing some points home. It's fantastic, as at the moment we're not in a position to do this under normal circumstances. The call at the beginning of the race was the decision which made this happen, the guys then just kept it up. Kevin (Magnussen) did a fantastic job in the race, Romain (Grosjean) just had a few issues with the tires. Thanks to the whole team for putting in the hard work and keeping on pushing - they never gave up; we never give up."

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:22
Hungary GP: Race team notes - WilliamsGeorge Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/67409/drivers/66/george-russell) finished 18th and Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi) 19th in the Hungarian Grand Prix. George started the race 12th, and Nicholas 15th, both on the intermediate Pirelli tyre.



George ran a three-stop race, pitting first on lap four for the soft and then on lap 19 for the medium Pirelli tyre. His last stop was on lap 50 for another set of used options.


Nicholas ultimately stopped five times, initially pitting on lap three from P10 for the soft Pirelli tyre but then once again the next lap due to a puncture following a collision with Sainz while exiting the pitlane. The next two stops were on lap 31 for the medium, and then for the soft on lap 49. His final stop was on lap 52 for the hard Pirelli tyre. Nicholas also served a five-second penalty due to an unsafe release from his first pitstop.


Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: It's been a difficult day for the whole team. George had a poor start and struggled to recover in the mixed conditions. Meanwhile, Nicholas got a very good start and made a lot of progress during the opening lap. Sadly, his race was effectively over when he suffered a puncture in a collision at the pit exit. Conditions were not easy in the damp conditions and the dry tyres were difficult to manage leading to a variety of strategies. It was a day when things can quickly go for you, or against you, and today was not our day. However, we need to look at the race pace of the car and review how we can better capitalise on strong qualifying performances.


Following three successive races we now head home for a brief break before returning to Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone) for the start of another European triple-header.


George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/67409/drivers/66/george-russell): Firstly, we made a bad start in the wet and it was very tricky. I think everyone on the inside struggled for whatever reason. From then on in, our race pace was really poor, we just need to understand what is going on. Last year it was the opposite, our race pace was better than the qualifying pace. Now we are pretty fast on the Saturday and struggle a lot on the Sunday. However, if we look at everything and see the steps we have made, especially on the Saturdays, we have got to be relatively pleased. There are plenty of positives, we just need to rectify the negatives and make our pace of the car a bit better across the ball.


Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi): We had a good start and first lap, and then it all came undone with the pitstop, unfortunately that can happen in a busy pitlane. I got the puncture and then unfortunately sustained quite a lot of damage bringing the car back to the pits. We had a big chunk of the floor missing, so just keeping the car on the track the whole race was quite difficult. Today just wasn't meant to be, it was a bit unfortunate, but still there are positives to take from yesterday. We just need to reset going into Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone).

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:23
Hungary GP: Race team notes - PirelliRain before the start of the race influenced all the strategies today, with the grand prix getting underway on a damp track. Everyone went to the grid on the Cinturato green intermediate tyre, apart from the Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) of Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen) on the blue full wets.



At the end of the formation lap, both Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) cars went to the pits for P Zero Yellow medium slick tyres. Their early switch meant that both Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) cars were running in third and fourth places throughout the opening stages of the race, after all the other drivers changed to slicks on a rapidly-drying track.


There were four different strategies in the top five places. Hamilton was the last of the frontrunners to stop, making a third and final pit stop for P Zero Red soft tyres, to chase the point for fastest lap. His team mate Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas), who finished on the podium, also made a third stop to try and get past Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen). The Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) driver was second with just two stops: despite crashing en route to the grid.


As the race started with wet-weather tyres, the rules no longer obliged drivers to run two different types of slick tyres during the grand prix.


Mario Isola: "The overnight rain that persisted into this morning washed away any rubber that had been laid down, so we had a green and slippery track for the start of the race, which was run in quite cool conditions. However, the surface dried quickly, which was pivotal to the strategy. Uncertainty over the weather remained though, which led some drivers to extend their stints, just in case they needed to switch to intermediates again. In the end, it stayed dry for the whole race and so we saw a certain degree of degradation on the front tyres in particular, which is to be expected in these unusual conditions. Most drivers stopped twice but some chose to stop three times, looking for extra performance to pass a rival or claim the championship point for fastest lap."

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:24
Rueda de Prensa:

https://www.pitpass.com/67419/Hungary-GP-Post-Race-press-conference

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:29
Alex Albon no ha sido penalizado por intentar sus mecánicos secar su cajón de salida. Los Comisarios después de revisar imágenes de vídeo, consideraron que no ha habido ninguna intención por alterar el agarre de ese tramo de la pista:

https://www.fia.com/sites/default/files/decision-document/2020%20Hungarian%20Grand%20Prix%20-%20Decision%20-%20Drying%20grid%20position.pdf

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:32
Otro que se "ha ido de rositas", ha sido V. Bottas que inició la carrera "fuera" de su cajón de salida.

KR, por algo parecido, no tuvo tanta suerte:

https://www.fia.com/sites/default/files/decision-document/2020%20Hungarian%20Grand%20Prix%20-%20Offence%20-%20Car%207%20-%20Out%20of%20position%20at%20the%20start.pdf

llumia
20/07/2020, 01:39
Sí han sido sancionados con 10 s añadidos al tiempo final de carrera, los pilotos del equipo Haas F1, por considerar los Comisarios, que la llamada vía radio para que entraran a cambiar de gomas al finalizar la vuelta de "formación" antes del inicio de la carrera, no entraba dentro de ninguna de las excepciones recogidas por la Directiva Técnica 011-17 en el párrafo A.2 apartados del a) al g), siendo considerada por tanto, una ayuda prohibida a la conducción y por tanto merecedora de sanción:

https://www.fia.com/sites/default/files/decision-document/2020%20Hungarian%20Grand%20Prix%20-%20Offence%20-%20Car%208%20-%20driver%20aids%20on%20formation%20lap..pdf

https://www.fia.com/sites/default/files/decision-document/2020%20Hungarian%20Grand%20Prix%20-%20Offence%20-%20Car%2020%20-%20driver%20aids%20on%20formation%20lap..pdf

llumia
20/07/2020, 16:47
Crónica M. Hughes:

https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/articles/single-seaters/f1/mph-how-hamilton-won-unchallenged-2020-hungarian-grand-prix-analysis

llumia
20/07/2020, 16:52
El "minuto a minuto":

FP1/FP2:

BBC F1: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/formula1/50296954
Autosport: https://www.autosport.com/f1/live/2934181/f1-hungarian-gp-live-updates---friday-practice

FP3/Qualy:

BBC F1: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/formula1/50296958
Autosport: https://www.autosport.com/f1/live/2934183/f1-hungarian-gp-live-updates---final-practice-and-qualifying

Race:

BBC F1: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/formula1/50296962
Autosport: https://www.autosport.com/f1/live/2934185/f1-hungarian-gp-live-updates---race-day

GoVal
20/07/2020, 17:25
Sí han sido sancionados con 10 s añadidos al tiempo final de carrera, los pilotos del equipo Haas F1, por considerar los Comisarios, que la llamada vía radio para que entraran a cambiar de gomas al finalizar la vuelta de "formación" antes del inicio de la carrera, no entraba dentro de ninguna de las excepciones recogidas por la Directiva Técnica 011-17 en el párrafo A.2 apartados del a) al g), siendo considerada por tanto, una ayuda prohibida a la conducción y por tanto merecedora de sanción:

https://www.fia.com/sites/default/files/decision-document/2020%20Hungarian%20Grand%20Prix%20-%20Offence%20-%20Car%208%20-%20driver%20aids%20on%20formation%20lap..pdf

https://www.fia.com/sites/default/files/decision-document/2020%20Hungarian%20Grand%20Prix%20-%20Offence%20-%20Car%2020%20-%20driver%20aids%20on%20formation%20lap..pdf



Sinceramente, esta sanción me parece una auténtica chorrada, sobre todo dadas las circunstancias. Supongo que la decisión la tomarían como consecuencia de lo que los pilotos estarían informando así que algo habrán tenido ellos que ver. Ya sé que no pueden recibir indicacines en la vuelta de formación pero de ahí a «permitirles» entrar a cambiar neumáticos y salir desde el pit lane, hay mucha diferencia. Salir del pit lane ya les penaliza, así que la sanción es como una segunda penalización. Fue una decisión valiente que si no hubiera sido penalizada, otros equipos podrían tomar en el futuro y dar algo más de juego.

llumia
20/07/2020, 18:25
El "toque" de MV camino de la parrilla de formación:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-HpHDpeF8E

llumia
20/07/2020, 18:27
L. Stroll: Comparativa de vueltas de clasificación 2020 vs. 2019:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0Gc7pEFQ4o

llumia
20/07/2020, 18:28
'Pole' de L. Hamilton:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rh6vBU-YNK0

llumia
20/07/2020, 18:29
Momentos más destacados:

FP1:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JYwhVATN68

llumia
20/07/2020, 18:30
FP2:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ixnK-zH_m8

llumia
20/07/2020, 18:31
FP3:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZJ-9XT69c4

llumia
20/07/2020, 18:32
'Qualy':


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gM60DhTXhVA

llumia
20/07/2020, 18:33
Carrera:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KhJUWlNnCk

llumia
20/07/2020, 18:34
Galería fotos Domingo (AMuS):

https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/f1-fotos-gp-ungarn-2020-budapest-bilder-rennen-sonntag/

GoVal
20/07/2020, 22:50
https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/963180313756209152/phL5emms_bigger.jpg (https://twitter.com/racefansdotnet) RaceFans @racefansdotnet (https://twitter.com/racefansdotnet) · 4h (https://twitter.com/racefansdotnet/status/1285252640553816064)

In Hungary, Mercedes had the biggest lap time advantage over their rivals since the first race of the 2015 season.More stats and facts from the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix: https://buff.ly/2WxAV3F (https://t.co/lOpiWCHo6j?amp=1)


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EdYidywWsAEJb_h.jpg:large

McHouserphy
21/07/2020, 01:09
La habitual sesión de gráficas de carrera.

GP de Hungría 2020 :

Posiciones por vuelta y compuesto
https://imgur.com/2KlsH4x.png

Uso de compuestos
https://imgur.com/vRiaKSt.png

Tiempos de Clasificatorias, vueltas promedio y vueltas rápidas
https://imgur.com/Ugk9vaj.png

https://imgur.com/CV7F8xL.png

Mejores sectores y vuelta ideal
https://imgur.com/NaZ2qLk.png

https://imgur.com/28zpmxQ.png

Velocidades máximas
https://imgur.com/xVzcf6u.png

https://imgur.com/idt6xgY.png

Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de todos:
https://imgur.com/kTmhmvL.png

Stints de las Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de todos
https://imgur.com/hr9lG0c.png

Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/SaBGtXE.png

Stints de las Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/vf7TISY.png

Tiempos por vuelta de todos
https://imgur.com/oYcUaJ7.png

Stints de los tiempos por vuelta de todos
https://imgur.com/G9qHP9E.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/L4cEXCq.png

Stints de los tiempos por vuelta de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/NNuxVo9.png

Ritmo promedio de todos
https://imgur.com/53KKXEH.png

Ritmo promedio de todos, ampliación para Latifi
https://imgur.com/ojDwmkr.png

Ritmo promedio de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/RAbAEMN.png

Tiempos compensados de todos (compensación peso gasolina)
https://imgur.com/HejXHci.png

Stints de los tiempos compensados de todos
https://imgur.com/Ur2kirn.png

Tiempos compensados de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/Mn8IIT8.png

Stints de los tiempos compensados de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/nZQntox.png

McHouserphy
21/07/2020, 01:09
Distancias entre todos los pilotos
https://imgur.com/iGacFTI.png

Distancias entre todos los pilotos, Ampliación para Latifi
https://imgur.com/A7d4hrG.png

Distancias entre los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/nmpMRFD.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Mercedes, Red Bull y Ferrari
https://imgur.com/DZ4OORN.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Mercedes, Red Bull y Racing Point
https://imgur.com/vmHusyy.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Red Bull, Racing Point y Ferrari
https://imgur.com/eUMRMb8.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Racing Point, Ferrari y Renault
https://imgur.com/ulFzWUJ.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Ferrari, Renault y McLaren
https://imgur.com/u0KgkeW.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Renault, McLaren y Haas
https://imgur.com/vD7pRKp.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Alpha Tauri, Williams y Alfa Romeo
https://imgur.com/hP9Bmgg.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Mercedes
https://imgur.com/hhF4KtE.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Ferrari
https://imgur.com/EWOvQBU.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Renault
https://imgur.com/zuROV13.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Honda
https://imgur.com/JZmSQ84.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Honda y Renault
https://imgur.com/tyU5CKe.png

Huella de carrera de todos
https://imgur.com/okEkCUj.png

Stints de Huella de carrera de todos
https://imgur.com/xYz84Br.png

Huella de carrera de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/sjGrzRQ.png

Stints de Huella de carrera de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/0Es66KO.png

Ritmo Absoluto de todos (compensación peso gasolina)
https://imgur.com/sBFy4zG.png

Stints de Ritmo Absoluto de todos
https://imgur.com/vtfvUza.png

Ritmo Absoluto de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/vC1op7x.png

Stints de Ritmo Absoluto de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/EqGs2sK.png

McHouserphy
21/07/2020, 01:10
Comparación vueltas de Hamilton y Verstappen
https://imgur.com/pEJVP1a.png

Comparación vueltas de Verstappen y Bottas
https://imgur.com/dJ8g4Ai.png

Comparación vueltas de Bottas y Stroll
https://imgur.com/5HNkwcX.png

Comparación vueltas de Stroll y Albon
https://imgur.com/aQpK8l0.png

Comparación vueltas de Albon y Vettel
https://imgur.com/TdQjVKa.png

Comparación vueltas de Vettel y Pérez
https://imgur.com/1CvUj3w.png

Comparación vueltas de Pérez y Ricciardo
https://imgur.com/uQ4iLxp.png

Comparación vueltas de Ricciardo y Sainz
https://imgur.com/mPk6Erl.png

Comparación vueltas de Sainz y Magnussen
https://imgur.com/egUqMVI.png

Rendimientos globales en Carrera
https://imgur.com/J9PJlvx.png

Rendimientos con compuestos mixtos o intermedios
https://imgur.com/ICTVLrd.png

Rendimientos con compuestos prime, duros o C2
https://imgur.com/vdNkJaL.png

Rendimientos con compuestos option, medios o C3
https://imgur.com/vqEI2B4.png

Rendimientos con compuestos extra, blandos o C4
https://imgur.com/tU8uctu.png


Y seguimos porrocesando :gaydude::roto2rie:... :putersmile1:...

yorch
22/07/2020, 18:00
No me pareció un carrerón (la vi ayer repetida) pero tuvo su interés, lastima que la amenaza de lluvia se quedara en amenaza.

Es una pena comprobar que el campeonato ya está casi alineado para Hamilton. No creo que Bottas lo esté haciendo nada mal y creo que es un buen piloto, pero no tiene lo necesario para plantearle un reto a Lewis.

La competencia es individual, un estelar Verstappen, y ya está a mas de una victoria de distancia, recortarle eso a Hamilton/Mercedes se me antoja jodio. Si, sé que esto acaba de empezar pero no pinta bien en ese sentido.

No se me ocurre mucho mas que contar. Sensaciones parecidas en cuanto a las primeras carreras: una plantilla de pilotos de mucho talento, una zona media muy movida...

No me sorprendió el tiento con el que Leclerc entró en la primera curva pese a salir tan bien, está claro que ayer no queria tener un problema con Vettel o el equipo, la "jugarreta" de los neumaticos blandos le lastró por completo, sino habria acabado con facilidad por delante de Sebastian, de nuevo.

Estoy con Goval en cuanto a que la sanción a Haas me parece una monumental chorrada, es que si ya limitamos movimientos atrevidos como estos...