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    F1 2021 - G.P. Nº 11 - HUNGRÍA

    FORMULA 1 TEMPORADA 2021 – GP Nº 11

    GRAN PREMIO DE HUNGRÍA

    Hungaro-ring
    Busapest.



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


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


    Sábado 1 de Agosto :
    • Prácticas Libres, Sesión 3 : Horario Local : 12:00 a 13:00 - España :12:00 a 13:00 - GMT : 10:00 a 11:00
    • 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 2 de Agosto :
    • CARRERA: Horario Local: 15:00 - España: 15:00 - GMT: 13:00




















    Datos Básicos de Pista
    • Fecha de creación: [B]1986
    • Primer Gran Premio de F1: 10/08/1986
    • Grandes Premios organizados: 36
    • Capacidad de espectadores: 120000

    • 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.

    • 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 : [B]304 m.[B]
    • Tiempo de vuelta de referencia: 1:17,934
    • Carga aerodinámica: Máxima

    • Dureza / Desgaste de frenos: Alto

    • Brembo. La frenada más dura de Hungaroring:

    • Agarre del asfalto: Bajo
    • Tipo de neumático: Blando
    • Desgaste de neumáticos: Alto
    • [SIZE=2]Tipos de Neumáticos suministrados por Pirelli:

    • 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 : L. Hamilton - 1:16,627 (Mercedes-2020)
    • Mejor pole : L. Hamilton - 1:13,447 (Mercedes-2020)
    • Pole 2020 : L. Hamilton - 1:13,447 (Mercedes)
    • Vuelta Rápida 2020: L. Hamilton - 1:16,627 (Mercedes)
    • Podium 2020 : 1º L. Hamilton (Mercedes) - 2º M. Verstappen - 3º V. Bottas

    • 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:


    Mejores momentos clasificatorias Hungría 2020:


    Pole onboard Hamilton Hungaroring 2020:


    F1 Hungary 2020 Highlights:


    F1 Hungary 2020 Mejores On Board:



    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

    2020 :
    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)

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    ¡Muchas gracias por el hilo, McH!


    Pues ya estamos otra vez en el circuito que marca la llegada del descanso veraniego.

    No sé qué tiempo se espera, pero aquí la lluvia permite que sea menos «HungaBoring». Si no hay posibilidad de agua, al menos tendremos que estar con un ojo en Max y otro en Lewis para ver si se portan bien o se buscan el uno al otro.

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    El equipo McLaren F1 presenta en este GP un importante número de novedades.
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    El equipo Red Bull probará en la sesión FP1 la Unidad Motriz presente en el auto de MV cuando se accidentó en el pasado GP de Gran Bretaña:

    https://the-race.com/formula-1/red-b...ne-in-hungary/
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Previas de los distintos equipos:

    Hungary GP: Preview - Haas

    Formula 1 is poised for its final event before a summer holiday with Budapest, and the Hungarian Grand Prix, the destination for Uralkali Haas F1 Team.

    In the 1980s Formula 1 ventured to new territories and Budapest was regarded as an ideal destination, with Europe's western and eastern frontiers connecting across the sprawling Danube River. Hungary's capital city straddles the iconic waterway, with the hilly and historic Buda on the west and the more modern vibrant Pest on the east.


    On the outskirts of the capital lies the Hungaroring, a tight and twisty venue constructed in a natural bowl, and which has been a mainstay on the Formula 1 calendar since 1986. Only Italy's Autodromo Nazionale Monza has a longer unbroken streak on the championship's schedule.


    Strong mechanical grip and high levels of downforce are favored at the circuit while tire wear can also be critical owing to the hot summer temperatures that can strike the region in the height of summer. With overtaking challenging at the relatively tight and twisty venue qualifying position, and race strategy, is of the utmost importance.


    After the Sprint trial in Britain Formula 1 will return to its more traditional format in Hungary, with three practice sessions, and qualifying reverting to Saturday afternoon, ahead of Sunday's grand prix.


    Uralkali Haas F1 Team drivers Nikita Mazepin and Mick Schumacher have both previously savored success at the Hungaroring. Mazepin stormed to the GP3 Series win in 2018 while Schumacher scored his maiden FIA Formula 2 victory from pole position at the venue in 2019, both events taking place in conjunction with Formula 1 grands prix.


    Looking back at the British Grand Prix it was a weekend packed with action and atmosphere. Having had some time to digest things like Friday Qualifying and the Saturday Sprint - let alone a much talked about Sunday race, was it a good weekend for Formula 1 and how do you feel the season in general is stacking up to this point?

    Guenther Steiner: "The weekend was very good for Formula 1. We did sprint qualifying which was new so there was a lot of excitement about that, a lot of spectators back at the race track and a very interesting race in general. It's just unfortunate that we can't take part in the race at the moment but we will get there.

    Very successful and a very promising rest of season for Formula 1 in general."


    The team participated in the Pirelli tire test immediately following the British Grand Prix. How valuable to the team, and in particular to the drivers, are such test days - bearing in mind the team had to prepare a separate car in order to participate and run the larger prototype 2022 tires? Is the payoff worth the extra work and expenditure to a smaller team such as Haas?

    GS: "With reduced testing, it's very important. It's a big change in general next year and we need to get our own understanding and data. The drivers need to get a taste of the new tires, get a feeling and give us feedback of what they think. In general, even making a hybrid car, which is a converted 2019 car, obviously doesn't come for free but it's worthwhile to do it. We are a serious team and this is a part of it to get prepared for the future. As we all know, we're working very hard on 2022 to get us back to where we were - we need to do this - and it's worth every bit of effort to get there. For the drivers to get a feel, and for the team to get some data, it's very valuable information."


    There's much talk of 2021 being a learning year for your rookie drivers but can you share your observations on what in particular each driver had learned or developed over the course of the season to-date?

    GS: "Both of them have realized how intense and difficult a sport Formula 1 is when you get there. It doesn't compare with anything else in racing and that's why it's the pinnacle of motorsport. That's the personal side. On the driving side, you learn that you're racing with the best people in the world. I think they're making good progress but I'm sure there is more to come from them."


    The Hungarian Grand Prix is the final race before the mandatory summer shutdown for Formula 1. Just how important is that break to team personnel, both traveling team and factory-based staff, and with an ever-increasing Formula 1 calendar - do you fear that such a break could disappear in order to meet demand for events?

    GS: "It's very important for the team to have some time off, especially during COVID times where there are a lot of triple-headers, and also rest before we go into the second half of the season which will be as tough, if not tougher. It's very important that they can see they still have time at home with their families, even if at the moment they are pretty tired. I'm sure they all plan to take some time off and recharge batteries. The summer break is important and at the moment there is no talk about getting rid of this in the future, even if there are more events coming. I think once COVID is over, the planning for Formula 1 will be - not necessarily easier - but a lot more predictable. At the moment, it is unpredictable what is happening in each country therefore we're having quite a tough schedule. I'm sure we will get organized and make it possible to have a big calendar and still have the summer break."


    As a Team Principal - what does the summer break allow you to do personally? Do you truly get an opportunity for some rest and relaxation, or are you constantly looking at the bigger picture regarding the team, the remainder of the season and beyond etc. Is it impossible to switch off?

    GS: "It's impossible to switch off but you can use the time when you are not under pressure with the day-to-day things to think about the bigger picture. I think that is always a good time because when you're not doing anything, it just gives you the opportunity to focus on the things that don't need an immediate answer and to be a little bit creative and create a vision for the future of the team and for personal life. It's always good to have some time off but the biggest thing is there is little day-to-day work to do so you can use this time to be creative. I hope to have a few days with my family, relax a little bit, and come back here recharged."


    This week we head to the Hungaroring for Round 11 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship - a circuit you've won at while on your way to finishing second in the 2018 GP3 Championship. The circuit resembles that of a karting track due to the lack of straights - what's it like to drive?

    Nikita Mazepin: "Hungaroring is a cool place to be at. It's normally very hot so it's quite physically demanding but after it's been resurfaced a few years back, this track provides a lot of grippy conditions with the new tarmac and I've always enjoyed driving there, although racing there might be a little difficult."


    It's a track that doesn't lend itself to those on the grid battling with a lack of downforce. What's the expectation for this weekend and realistic target for the team?

    NM: "The realistic target for the team is to try and maximize our performance in Hungaroring. This track does need a lot of downforce and grip because there's a lot of high-speed corners. There, the minimal speed is the key so we will try to maximize what we've got."


    At the British Grand Prix, Formula 1 revealed new assets of the 2022 car to be used from next season. We're not yet at the halfway mark of this season but what are your thoughts on the car and does this start to build excitement and hope, looking forward to 2022?

    NM: "I think the 2022 car looks very cool. It's obviously very different looking and I'm just hoping that it will provide the teams and Formula 1 with what they are wanting to achieve with it, which is more overtakes."


    This is the last race before the traditional Formula 1 summer shutdown. Are you happy there is a break coming up for all to pause and reflect so far on the season or after a busy couple of months, would you prefer to keep the racing rhythm going? What do you plan to do with your time off?

    NM: "I've enjoyed this year. It's been very different to what my expectations were and it's been very different to any other year I've had. I think I would've preferred to keep racing however I'm sure every member of the team needs time to relax and see their family."


    This week we head to the Hungaroring for Round 11 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship - the location for your first win in Formula 2 in 2019. The circuit resembles that of a karting track due to the lack of straights - what's it like to drive?

    Mick Schumacher "This track has always been very good to me, I've always had a very nice experience. There are great fans but also the results were not always that bad. It's a track that I always look forward to, and it always concludes a chapter as it's the race just before the summer break, so for everyone it's a nice time to come together and then everybody gets to have some time off. It's a great track - it's a dominant qualifying track - so usually where you qualify is usually where you start and where you end the race, mainly because there's a lack of straights but also because DRS isn't as effective, but it's a great track to drive. It has a nice flow to it and usually it's quite warm which is nice."


    It's a track that doesn't lend itself to those on the grid battling with a lack of downforce. What's the expectation for this weekend and realistic target for the team?

    MS: "I think the target should be, as always, just to do our best and hopefully get a good lap in qualifying. It would be amazing to have a hope of a Q2 appearance - I think that should be our aim. On the other hand, it's a track that is very difficult, it's very technical. Nonetheless, I think we should be optimistic and do our best - and that's our target."


    At the British Grand Prix, Formula 1 revealed new assets of the 2022 car to be used from next season. We're not yet at the halfway mark of this season but what are your thoughts on the car and does this start to build excitement and hope, looking forward to 2022?

    MS: "I'm very much looking forward to next year. I've worked well with the team and have also been doing a few meetings with the crew back in Italy, who are looking at the development for next year's car and things are looking great. Hopefully, we'll be able to do a good jump forward and I think that's really what the team needs right now."

    This is the last race before the traditional Formula 1 summer shutdown. Are you happy there is a break coming up for all to pause and reflect on the first half of the season or after a busy couple of months, would you prefer to keep the racing rhythm going? What do you plan to do with your time off?

    MS: "For me personally, I would like to keep on racing as that's where I enjoy being but on the other hand, I also think for everybody in Formula 1 - because those days are long days. It's not a 9-5 job, they're hard and long days that we have to endure. For everyone involved I think it's a good thing that we get two weeks off to be able to not open laptops, not look at phones and just relax and have some time off. For sure I will do the same to be able to come back even stronger at the end of the summer break and really attack going into the triple-header of Spa, Zandvoort and Monza - straight away back into business."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70358/Hungary-GP-Preview-Haas


    Hungary GP: Preview - McLaren

    Lando Norris: "I'm looking forward to heading back to Hungary, a track that has good memories for me after my official F1 test debut there in 2017. We've had a good start to the season so far, and we'll be aiming to finish the first half of the year on a high, before a break over the summer shutdown. The Hungaroring can be a tricky circuit to get right, and we know that it'll be a challenge to outperform our closest rivals in the Constructors' Championship. But we'll be giving it everything to continue building that gap and set ourselves up for a strong second half of the season."

    Daniel Ricciardo: "I can't wait to go to Budapest, it's one of my favourite tracks on the calendar and a race that I've won in the past as well. It's a very tight and technical circuit with high levels of downforce required on the car, but that just adds to the challenge and excitement for me, it's a real driver's track. It's a circuit where overtaking can be difficult, so we'll be working hard to maximise our performance on Saturday, which should line us up for a slightly easier Sunday. As always, we'll keep working hard to score as many points as we can and keep pushing in the Constructors' Championship."


    Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "The Hungaroring presents the team with an interesting challenge compared to the relatively high-speed tracks of Austria and Silverstone. With high downforce levels and a tight, twisting layout, it's no surprise many often describe the circuit as Monaco without the walls.


    "The team, along with Lando and Daniel, has done a fantastic job so far to put us in this position in the Constructors' Championship, but we know the fight is far from over, and momentum could shift away from us with a single difficult weekend. The challenges posed by the Hungaroring may not suit our car as much as other circuits on the calendar, but much of the fight for third this year will be decided by how well we perform at tracks that don't naturally play to our strengths.


    "We'll be working hard as a team, alongside Mercedes HPP, to ensure we maximise any opportunities that present themselves over the weekend. As always, the aim is to score a good haul of points and keep pushing for the highest possible position in the Constructors' Championship. The team will be giving it all this weekend before we have a chance to regroup and recharge over the summer break."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70363/Hungar...review-McLaren


    Hungary GP: Preview - Williams

    This weekend the team takes on the tricky turns and twisting track of the Hungaroring, as the Formula One paddock moves to Hungary for the 11th round of the 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship. Located just outside of Budapest, the 4.381km circuit has been a staple of the Formula One calendar since it's inaugural race in 1986, in which Nelson Piquet claimed the victory in his Williams FW11. Few changes have been made to the track since then, which continues to pose challenges due to its limited overtaking opportunities and sequences of combination corners.

    Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: The short twisty Hungaroring is a stark contrast to the fast-flowing Silverstone track, but it nonetheless offers an exciting challenge. Overtaking is very difficult, which places a premium on qualifying position. The weather in Budapest in late July is typically very hot and this makes tyre management difficult and therefore heavily dictates the set-up direction. Following the Sprint Qualifying format two weeks ago in Great Britain, we return to a standard event format this weekend, which gives us more opportunity to tune the car set-up to the tyre behaviour.


    In recent years we have been reasonably strong in Budapest and we hope to continue the trend this year. The FW43B has been performing well recently and if we can adapt it to the longer, slower corners of the Hungaroring then we will be in a good position to get the most from the tyres, which this week are the middle-of-the-range: C2, C3 and C4 compounds. The new rear tyre construction, which Pirelli introduced at the British Grand Prix behaved as expected and should be well suited to the Budapest track.

    George Russell
    :
    I'm really looking forward to heading to Hungary this weekend. The Hungaroring is a circuit that I love, especially the second sector; it's fast and flowing, and you don't get a break from turn four to turn 11, but when the car is nailed it's such a fantastic feeling to really extract everything from that sequence of corners. Budapest is a city that I really enjoy too, it has such a great atmosphere. I am going to be giving it my everything to make sure we end the first half of the season strongly, especially coming off the back of a number of strong races recently.


    Nicholas Latifi
    :
    I'm very excited to head out to Budapest. It's a track that has tended to suit the car quite nicely in past years, so hopefully we can maximise any opportunities that present themselves there. As for the track itself, it's very busy and you feel like you are constantly in a corner, so you really have to get in a nice consistent rhythm to repeatedly nail your laps which makes it a challenge for the drivers. It's also usually very hot there, so I think tyre management will be key. You always want the last race before the break to go well so that you can head off on your summer holiday feeling positive, so I'll be looking to end this first half of the season on a high note.

    https://www.pitpass.com/70366/Hungar...eview-Williams


    Hungary GP: Preview - AlphaTauri

    Pierre Gasly: "The last race at Silverstone was frustrating as we lost a couple of points because of the puncture at the end, I think even eighth place could have been possible. Someone had thrown some gravel onto the track and it cut my tyre. So honestly, I was a bit fed up with how things went generally in the past few races. In Austria there was the collision with Charles, which cost me some points, and then that puncture. Overall, I'd say Silverstone was my worst weekend of the season, especially as it looked as though we could have salvaged between two and four points, so it was annoying that we couldn't take them. But that's how it goes sometimes and now we definitely have things to review. We had to deal with more complications than we expected and the new format didn't really allow us much time to sort things out after free practice, before going straight to Qualifying and parc ferme.

    "We got off to a very strong start to the season, so now it will be important to have a good end to the first part of the year in Budapest. I have done well in the past at the Hungaroring, winning in Formula 2 and scoring points a couple of times in Formula 1. It's a circuit I like a lot, as there are no real straights and plenty of corners, so in the cockpit you are always doing something – braking, turning, or managing the throttle.

    There's very little time spent in a straight line and I enjoy that. It means it's important to get into a good rhythm and so I find it really enjoyable to drive. Of course, it's always a really physical challenge with no chance to rest on the lap, plus it looks like it's going to be another very hot weekend given the heat in Europe at the moment, but I feel ready for it.


    "In terms of our chances there, we have seen in the past couple of weekends that McLaren and Ferrari have made a big step forward. We know we are fighting for fifth in the championship with Alpine and Aston Martin and that's the target we must aim for. I think that in Budapest we will have a chance of being in the mix with these two teams, but we will need to have a very good weekend, benefitting from the full potential that is there in our package.


    "After that comes the break and I think it will be good for everyone after an intense first part of the year. We know the next part of the season is going to be very demanding, so being able to rest in a year with 23 races planned, the most ever, will be important. It is going to be tough towards the end of the year, both physically and psychologically, so a bit of time for everyone to spend with their families is a good thing."


    Yuki Tsunoda: "Looking back at Silverstone, I wasn't happy with the way Qualifying went, having a problem with traffic, but overall I was pleased as I was able to get a point on Sunday, even though the new format proved to be pretty tough. I think the team was a bit disappointed with our car performance, which was lower than expected, but for me I was quite happy. Driving Silverstone in a Formula 1 car for the first time, I immediately got an incredible feeling from the high speeds, especially through Maggotts and Becketts. When I first drove an F1 car, I was amazed at the amount of downforce and the grip level, but in those two corners, going through them on full power with all that downforce, was really a surprise.


    "The Hungaroring will be very different to that. I like this track even though last time I raced there in Formula 2, I didn't get a good result because of a poor Qualifying and in the race I did a lot of damage to my front wing. As a track though I really like it, as it is very challenging, requiring maximum downforce on the car. One side of it that is interesting is how much corner speed you can carry into the turns and generally it is a fun track to drive.


    "It is physically demanding because of the hot weather and the fact there are no straight sections to have a rest, so I think it could be tough. I don't know how I will get on, but I feel ready for it. After that comes the summer break. I am quite looking forward to it. As I recently moved to Italy, I think I will spend most of the break sorting out the house where I plan to live. Before this race, I was back in the UK for a simulator session and in the evenings, I was stuck in a hot hotel room with no air-conditioning or fan, so I'm looking forward to moving to this house with some aircon and being nice and cool!"

    https://www.pitpass.com/70365/Hungar...iew-AlphaTauri


    Hungary GP: Preview - Alpine

    After the team claimed double points in Silverstone, its focus shifts to Hungary. Executive Director Marcin Budkowski analyses the previous round and looks ahead to racing in Budapest this weekend for the Hungarian Grand Prix.

    How does the team reflect on Silverstone?

    Marcin Budkowsk: While it's good we scored double points in Silverstone – and very important points for the championship - our ambitions remain higher than finishing seventh and ninth. That said, as a team, we contributed to the success of the first Sprint Qualifying in Formula 1, thanks to a brave tyre choice and great drives from Fernando and Esteban, which allowed us to recover from a somewhat disappointing qualifying performance on Friday - and to put on a good show for the fans in attendance.


    How would you describe Fernando and Esteban's performances last weekend?

    MB: I think Fernando has now silenced for good whoever doubted his return would be a success. His speed is still there, and his race-craft is second to none, as we saw once again in both races last Saturday and Sunday. He will no doubt continue pushing himself and the team as the season goes on. After two difficult weekends, it was great to see Esteban in good form and a solid weekend allowed him to return to the points. He can now build on this good performance and retrieve his superb early season form.


    Is the team looking forward to racing in Hungary?

    MB: On a personal level, I always enjoy the trip to Budapest. It's a beautiful city and one of my favourite destinations of the season, and I think most of the team will agree with me! The Hungaroring is a tight and twisty track and notoriously difficult to overtake on. That means qualifying will be important and we will need to realise the potential of the car on Saturday to put ourselves in a place where we can fight for the higher points-scoring positions in the race.


    It's been an intense season so far, how is the team approaching the final race before the summer break?

    MB: It's the stage of the year when Grand Prix fatigue is kicking in after quite a few races already. It's been a big push from the start of the season with both Enstone and Viry working hard to develop the car. The focus has now switched entirely to 2022 at both factories, meaning there are fewer new parts coming to the track, but the second half of the calendar is a gruelling schedule and everyone in the team looks forward to the two-week break to recharge. But, before we can relax, we are aiming for another strong showing and a double points finish in Hungary.


    Esteban Ocon made a return to the points in Silverstone to end a four-race point-less streak. Now, he is looking ahead to racing at the Hungaroring, one of his favourite circuits on the Formula 1 calendar. The Frenchman is targeting more points before the summer break.


    What's the feeling heading to Hungary?

    Esteban Ocon: The Hungaroring is one of my favourite tracks on the Formula 1 calendar. It's a great place to drive a Formula 1 car as it has a nice flow and rhythm to it: it's all about maximising corners and piecing everything together. I'm feeling happy going to Hungary after a promising weekend in Silverstone where the car felt much better than it had in previous rounds. The team and I have continued to work hard in our preparation on the simulator to be ready for Hungary. It's the final round before the summer break, and the aim is to score more points to end the first part of the season on a positive trend.


    What's your record like there?

    EO: I have some good memories from the Hungaroring. I won two from three races there in 2014 in Formula 3 with three pole positions. In GP3, I was on the podium twice, so it's definitely a circuit I feel positive about. In Formula 1, the results haven't reflected my confidence at the track, so that's a record I want to improve. This year, we will target a solid Friday's work ready to attack the rest of the weekend.


    How challenging is a lap of the Hungaroring?

    EO: The circuit is fast with a lot of interesting corner combinations. It's a fun lap when you get it right. Sector 1 has the long straight with an overtaking opportunity into Turn 1 and then again at Turn 2 where it's possible to overtake. Turn 4 is a very satisfying corner as it's so fast and blind on the entry. The rest of the lap is relatively fast and quite twisty, except the chicane, with the final sector quite tight with the two hairpins. The tyres tend to overheat in the final sector so that's something we have to keep an eye on.


    How important was it to be in the points in Silverstone last time out?

    EO: I was pleased to return to the points in Silverstone after a difficult run of races. It was important that we bounced back and our performance, in general, was good. I think the Sprint format worked in our favour on this occasion as we took a gamble by starting on Softs and it meant we were better placed on the Sunday grid. I was a little unfortunate at the start but other than that, our pace was competitive, we have identified further areas to work on and that means we're feeling ready to go for it this weekend in Hungary. I'm looking forward to it!


    Fernando Alonso heads to Budapest for the final Grand Prix before Formula 1's summer break, having mesmerised the paddock with his performances in the British Grand Prix. The Spaniard now returns to the place of his first ever win in Formula 1 as he aims to celebrate his birthday weekend with another good result at the Hungaroring.


    You made it five points scoring finishes in a row at the British Grand Prix, how was the weekend for you?

    Fernando Alonso: It will be interesting to see what the fans thought of the new format as, at the end of the day, it was designed for them, but I did like that there was action on all three of the days. I did well in Sprint Qualifying and made the most of my start, overtaking quite a few cars around the first few corners. Then the race on Sunday was tough and felt very long. We executed a very good race and strategy, scoring some more points for the team. It was nice seeing the fans in the grandstands and it really added to the occasion. The result means I have to continue doing a track walk in Budapest, which will probably be a hot one!


    You're returning to the track where you took your maiden Formula 1 victory in 2003. What are your thoughts heading into the weekend?

    FA: I'm looking forward to it. Obviously, it's a circuit where there isn't much time to breathe with lots of tight corners. It feels like a big go-kart circuit. We all love driving there because I think the driver has a quite a bit more input than some circuits. I've had some good results in Hungary, most notably in 2003 when I took my first ever Formula 1 win. I've also scored a few podiums too and the pole position in 2009 was good. I feel like the team is improving all the time, especially after the performance at Silverstone where both cars finished in the points, so we're hopeful of another good weekend.

    It's your birthday on Thursday, what will you be doing to celebrate it?

    FA: I am looking forward to the birthday celebrations. I think the team have a few things planned too. It's quite nice to be celebrating a birthday at a Formula 1 weekend so I can't complain. We will be sure to have some cake and celebrate a little bit, but we have an important weekend ahead, so I'll be fully focused on racing. It's our last race before the summer shutdown and I am looking to continue our good form in Budapest.

    https://www.pitpass.com/70368/Hungary-GP-Preview-Alpine


    Hungary GP: Preview - Aston Martin

    Lance: "We showed a lot of determination and fight as we converted a challenging Silverstone into points, and we will be bringing that momentum forward with us to Hungary. The Hungaroring is a unique track with few overtaking opportunities, so this puts increased importance on our qualifying, and a clinical tyre strategy on Sunday is mission-critical."
    Sebastian:
    "I think we're making progress with the AMR21, although it was a shame not to be able to get the strong points we looked set for at Silverstone. We're close to a well-earned summer break, but we need to keep pushing until the very last lap in Hungary before we get some downtime. Overtaking is hard in Hungary, so a good strategy and one-lap pace will be important this weekend."


    Keys to the Race


    Strategy is crucial in Hungary, and track position is king. A sub-optimal strategy can be mitigated if a driver has that all-important track position. Still, an average pit time loss of 22 seconds makes both a one- and two-stop strategy viable, and there can be a big advantage to fresh tyres after a second stop. There have only been four Safety Cars in the last 10 races, and no VSCs since 2018, so they can't be relied on in strategy calls.


    The first lap is important in any Grand Prix, but it's make-or-break in Hungary. The hairpin at Turn One is wide and follows a heavy braking zone, offering plenty of opportunity to gain ground on a rival. There have been more than 15 position changes on the first lap in the last three Hungarian Grands Prix.


    Overtaking at the Hungaroring is difficult, but DRS is especially powerful because there is only one detection zone, right before Turn 14. A driver within range will gain the benefit down the main straight, but also through the exit of Turn One and into Turn Two. Expect this to have a decisive impact on overtaking.

    https://www.pitpass.com/70367/Hungar...w-Aston-Martin


    Hungary GP: Preview - Mercedes

    Toto Wolff: Everyone has their own opinion on the events of Silverstone, and it was a very polarising incident. However, the most important thing is that Max is OK. It's never nice to see a car crashing, particularly at such high speeds and at a corner like that, so we're glad he emerged from the accident unscathed.

    The last race weekend was a very entertaining one for the fans and we had a full-capacity crowd in the stands, which hasn't happened for quite some time. We could feel their energy. That made the weekend incredibly special, and obviously they had the chance to watch a very dramatic race, as did everyone else at home.


    For us, it was an encouraging weekend with the pace of the car, the small upgrades we introduced worked well and we scored some big points, so we're looking to keep that momentum going.


    Lewis was on incredible form at Silverstone with a brilliant recovery drive in front of his home crowd after the penalty. It was also a strong weekend for Valtteri too with some great teamwork and good pace, which has closed the margin in both Championships.


    We know how fine the margins are this season and how the advantage is swaying from one team to the other at each race. Us and Red Bull looked very closely matched at Silverstone and Ferrari were very quick, and now the battle moves onto the next round and a very different track.


    The Hungaroring is a high-downforce, tight and twisty circuit. Almost like a large version of a go-kart track. Hungary will therefore be a different beast compared to the last race, and it is a track that will likely suit our competitors more, but we'll give it all we've got.


    It's been a long and intense first half of the season and we're almost at the summer break. We want to ensure we head into the shutdown on the right foot, before we get the chance to recharge, take stock of everything that's happened so far and then come back fighting in the second half of the season.

    https://www.pitpass.com/70370/Hungar...eview-Mercedes


    Hungary GP: Preview - Alfa Romeo

    And then they were eleven. The final event before the summer break, the eleventh race in the season so far, emerges like a mirage from the heat of Central Europe: the team heads to Budapest ready to face soaring temperatures as a heat wave pushes the meters to more than 40C.

    At the height of the season, with just a final race weekend before the two-week shutdown that will see the whole paddock relocate to more amenable holiday locations, there is still a job to be done. On a track like the Hungaroring, a twisty, unforgiving old-school beast that rewards rhythm above all, there is an opportunity to show what we can do, targeting that top ten finish that has eluded us in the last few rounds.


    Nestled in the hills outside Budapest, squeezed between a motorway and a water park, this circuit is a throwback to a different time: Monaco without the walls, they said; a test of mental and physical strength for the drivers, who have no real place to rest as they churn lap after lap of this undulating layout - all while tackling the boiling temperatures in the cockpit.


    The battle on track will be just as fierce as ever: minute margins rewarding every daring bet, punishing every mistake. To do well, drivers and cars will need to be at their joint best. Once the lights go, the competition will be sizzling - just as the spectators, in what promises to be an incredibly well-attended event.


    In this scenario, Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN will be going the extra mile to reward the fans, many from nearby Poland, filling the grandstands throughout the weekend. The team will launch a dedicated activity Booth in which supporters will be able to see one of our cars up close, take part in special contests and shop (and win!) exclusive merchandise.


    Located in the popular Silver Fan Zone and open all day between Friday and Sunday, the Team Booth will heavily feature fan-favourite, Robert Kubica, with the Pole joining fans for exclusive Zoom meet & greet sessions. A range of team equipment, memorabilia and other items will be on display, as well as life-sized cut-outs of Robert for fans to pose with, with the best selection of team merchandise in the whole circuit also on offer.
    A hot, really hot weekend, then - both on and off the track. With the Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN Team Booth, turns out the water park across the road is not the biggest temptation for those in attendance after all…


    Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal of Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN: "We approach the final race before the break with unchanged objectives - two cars in Q2 and points on Sunday. I will never tire of saying it: we've been knocking at the doors of the top ten and we just need things to align for us to make that final step. We spent most of the last race in points-paying positions and we were in P10 until a few laps to the end in Silverstone, which is a track that doesn't really suit our car, so hopefully we will be able to extract even more of our potential in a venue which is dramatically different from Britain. It would be an ideal way to head into the break and carry the momentum into the second part of the season."


    Kimi Raikkonen: "The last race in Silverstone saw us go very close to the points: I was tenth when I had my coming together with Perez and I feel we could have fought for that point until the end of the race. We came away with nothing but we can hope to carry that form into Hungary, a track on which we can do well. As always, we expect both Saturday and Sunday to be close but if we do our job, we can come away with a good result."


    Antonio Giovinazzi: "Finishing the first half of the season with a good result would be a great way to go into the summer break and would be such a confidence boost for everyone back at the factory. Hungary is a completely different track from Silverstone and hopefully we can do well here. We know our pace is good enough to keep ahead of many of our rivals, but we need to deliver when it matters: if we do that, we can have a good weekend."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70375/Hungar...iew-Alfa-Romeo


    Hungary GP: Preview - Ferrari

    The Formula 1 World Championship arrives in Hungary for its eleventh round, marking the mid-point of the season. The Hungaroring first appeared on the calendar in 1986 and has been a permanent fixture ever since. Last year, it was the third round of the season and now it returns to its traditional slot, prior to the summer break.

    The Hungarian track is just a few kilometres from the centre of Budapest and is rarely used, which is why the track is usually very dirty for Friday practice. Although it is just 4.381 kilometres long, it features no fewer than 14 corners, 8 to the right and 6 to the left. The start-finish straight provides the best overtaking opportunity on the run to Turn 1, a downhill right-hander. After a few hundred metres, the second corner is also downhill, although this time to the left, offering another potential passing place. Turn 4 marks the start of the twisty section which requires the cars to run a high downforce aero set-up. It features a slow chicane and two hairpins to end the lap, leading onto the main straight.


    After the experimental timetable adopted for the Sprint Qualifying format at Silverstone, it's back to normal this weekend. The cars take to the track at 11.30 local time on Friday for the first hour of free practice, followed by the second at 15. On Saturday, the final hour of free practice begins at noon, in preparation for qualifying at 15. The 36th Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix gets underway at the same time on Sunday.


    https://www.pitpass.com/70374/Hungar...review-Ferrari


    Hungary GP: Preview - Pirelli

    The first half of the 2021 season concludes in Hungary, before Formula 1's traditional summer break, with the three compounds in the middle of the range nominated: C2 as the P Zero White hard, C3 as the P Zero Yellow medium, and C4 as the P Zero Red soft.

    Following the sprint qualifying format pioneered at Silverstone, the usual weekend format and tyre rules return in Hungary.


    The Hungary nomination is exactly the same as it was last year. The circuit doesn't place particularly heavy demands on tyres, with the compounds in the middle of the range well-suited to the tight and twisty track, especially if the weather is warm.

    Track Characteristics



    In contrast to the sweeping and fast corners of Silverstone, the Hungaroring feels almost like a kart circuit: the track is narrow, old-school, and has a non-stop series of corners that means the tyres are constantly working, with no rest.


    Overtaking is tricky, and this is an important factor when planning the race strategy, as track position is key.


    The high summer temperatures, alongside the fact that the circuit is situated within a natural amphitheatre, means that there's very little airflow: making the Hungarian Grand Prix hard work for both the cars and the drivers.


    The Hungaroring has seen a number of different strategies in the past: last year the wet and intermediate tyres were run at the start of the race because of rain, but before then in 2019 (with the same C2, C3 and C4 tyre nomination) both one-stop and two-stop strategies were used, with a two-stopper from Lewis Hamilton winning the race in a thrilling finale. The teams have plenty of experience and data on this track, as it's formed part of the calendar since 1986.


    The 2022 18-inch slick tyre test programme continued after the British Grand Prix with Aston Martin, Haas and Red Bull taking to the track. It carries on after Hungary, with Ferrari, McLaren and Mercedes driving on Tuesday and Wednesday after the grand prix.

    Mario Isola:
    "Tyre-wise, we're not expecting any particularly big surprises from the Hungaroring, which has been a constant on the calendar and signals the end of the first half of the season. The defining characteristic of the track are all the tight corners in quick succession, with no long straights to cool down the tyres, and hot weather. This makes the Hungaroring actually more demanding on tyres than it initially seems, so some degree of management is likely to be needed on the soft compound in particular.

    As a result, the best strategy is not always obvious - with different approaches often yielding a similar overall race time, depending on the individual circumstances. That's why we've often seen some tactically intriguing races at the Hungaroring, keeping the final result in doubt right up to the end and providing an interesting challenge for the engineers."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70359/Hungar...review-Pirelli
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Pronóstico del tiempo para Gran Premio de Hungría 2021



    VIERNES 30 DE JULIO - FP1 Y FP2
    Condiciones: Todavía caluroso y soleado e inestable por la tarde, con 20% de probabilidad de brotes de chubascos. Viento ligero principalmente del Sur. Probablemente seco para las sesiones.
    Temperatura máxima esperada: 34 grados Celsius
    Posibilidad de lluvia: 20%

    SÁBADO 31 DE JULIO - FP3 Y CALIFICACIÓN
    Condiciones: Probablemente lluvioso durante la noche y durante las primeras horas, luego 60% de probabilidad de brotes de aguaceros sobre la pista, tal vez con tormenta. Caída de la temperatura del aire hasta los 30°C máx. Viento ligero retrocediendo al NO.
    Temperatura máxima esperada: 30 grados Celsius
    Posibilidad de lluvia: 60%

    DOMINGO 1 DE AGOSTO - CARRERA
    Condiciones: Soleado al principio, tornándose tormentoso (60% de probabilidad de lluvia) por la tarde. Viento suave del NO. Temperatura máxima del aire alrededor de 30°C.
    Temperatura máxima esperada: 30 grados Celsius
    Posibilidad de lluvia: 60%
    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Los números de la F.P. 1:



    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    FORMULA 1 ROLEX MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2021 - Hungaroring (Budapest)
    Resultados FP1

    Viernes, 30 de julio de 2021



    Max VERSTAPPEN quiere olvidar rápido su paso por el hospital en Silverstone y llega a Hungaroring abriendo pista y marcando el mejor tiempo de la mañana.

    Tras él quedaron los Mercedes de BOTTAS(al que este circuito se le suele dar muy bien) y de HAMILTON.

    Carlos SAINZ quedó 4º, superando ya el medio segundo con respeto a los tres primeros.

    Fernando ALONSO ha terminado 6º, por detrás de GASLY y por delante de LECLERC.

    Checo PÉREZ vuelve a quedar lejos de su compañero. Ha terminado 8º a 9 décimas.

    TSUNODA tuvo una salida de pista que le llevó contra las protecciones y provocando la aparición de una bandera roja para repararlas.
























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    FORMULA 1 ROLEX MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2021 - Hungaroring (Budapest)
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    Viernes, 30 de julio de 2021



    Los Mercedes terminan al frente de los libres dos, con Valtteri BOTTAS primero y HAMILTON segundo a 27 milésimas.

    La tercera posición ha sido para VERSTAPPEN, que acabó a casi 3 décimas.

    El resto, ya a un mundo, siendo el primero de ellos OCON a 7 décimas.

    La quinta posición ha sido para Checo PÉREZ. Tras él, GASLY, que ha vuelto a quedar justo por delante de ALONSO, aunque en esta ocasión la diferencia entre ellos es menor.

    Los Ferrarri han quedado fuera de los diez primeros, con LECLERC 11º y SAINZ 12º.

    Tras su accidente en los libres 1, los mecánicos de Tsunosa han tenido que trabajar a fondo en su coche para que pudiera dar alguna vuelta. Al final pudo salir en los últimos instantes de la sesión.
























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    FORMULA 1 ROLEX MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2021 - Hungaroring (Budapest)
    Resultados FP3

    Sábado, 31 de julio de 2021



    Acaban los entrenamientos libres en el Hungaroring con Lewis HAMILTON en primera posición seguido por VERSTAPPEN a 88 milésimas.

    La tercera plaza ha sido para BOTTAS a 2 décimas de su compañero.

    Tras los tres de siempre, los Ferrari, con SAINZ en 4ª posición y LECLERC en la 5ª.

    Checo PÉREZ sigue sin acercarse a su compañero. Ha finalizado a un segundo en 7ª posición, entre los McLaren de NORRIS y RICCIARDO.

    ALONSO ha terminado justo detrás, en la 9ª plaza.

    Mucho trabajo para los mecánicos de Haas si quieren que SCHUMACHER salga a calificar, aunque no haya mucha diferencia entre que lo haga o no.

    Y a la espera de dos investigaciones sobre GIOVINAZZI. La primera por su salida insegura de boxes y la segunda por molestar a GASLY.
























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    FORMULA 1 ROLEX MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2021 - Hungaroring (Budapest)
    Resultados Sesión de CALIFICACIÓN

    Sábado, 31 de julio de 2021



    Lewis HAMILTON logra la pole en Hungría (su pole número 101) con un gran tiempo y algo de polémica al salir por delante de los Red Bull en el segundo intento y hacer su vuelta de preparación tan lenta que Vestappen pasó por los pelos pero que impidió que Checo hiciera su segunda vuelta.

    La segunda posición fue para BOTTAS y VERSTAPPEN se ha tenido que conformar con la 3ª posición. Max logró mejorar su tiempo con respecto a su primer intento pero fue suficiente para, al menos, superar a Bottas. Ha comentado que no tuvo mucho agarre con los neumáticos de la Q3 y el ir tan lento en la preparación de su segundo intento no le dejó los neumáticos con la temperatura adecuada.

    Mañana saldrá con el neumático blando por el medio que montarán los Mercedes. Ha dicho que el montar el blando en Q2 ha sido porque no tenían claro pasar el corte con su tiempo con el medio. ¿Verdad, mentira? Sólo ellos lo saben.

    Junto a él tendrá a Checo PÉREZ, que, aunque hubiese podido hacer su segundo intento, habría sido muy complicado mejorar posición.

    Tras los Red Bull saldrán GASLY y NORRIS.

    LECLERC saldrá desde la 7ª posición, justo delante de los Alpine de OCON y Fernando ALONSO, que ha sido uno de los pilotos que se ha quejado de la inconsistencia de los neumáticos. Unos juegos van muy bien y otros muy mal. Dice que en Q2 le tocó un juego de los buenos y en Q3 no, pero se consuela de que mañana le tocará salir con el juego «pata negra».

    La 10ª plaza la ha ocupado VETTEL.

    RICCIARDO será el primer piloto con libre elección de neumático en la salida. De nuevo, su compañero vuelve a quedar por delante.































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    FORMULA 1 ROLEX MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2021 - Hungaroring (Budapest)
    Resultados CARRERA

    Domingo, 1 de agosto de 2021



    Emocionantísima carrera loca en la que Esteban OCON ha logrado su primera victoria en la F1. Es el piloto 111 que logra una victoria. Es la primera victoria del equipo Alpine como tal.

    La carrera no es para contarla, es «pa'verla» .

    Han habido muchos momentos cruciales y un tanto locos que han permitido que vieramos esta carrera.

    Todo empezó con una mala salida de BOTTAS (otra más) en la que perdió posiciones y en la que NORRIS se le puso delante. Al llegar a la primera curva, Bottas se pasó de frenada y golpeó al de McLaren por detrás, provocando que este golpeara a VERSTAPPEN. De rebote, Bottas además golpeó a Checo PÉREZ provocando su abandono.

    Al mismo tiempo, STROLL era demasiado optimista e intentó adelantar a LECLERC de una manera imposible lanzándolo al exterior de la curva. Por el camino, Leclerc golpeó a RICCIARDO, aunque este pudo continuar.

    Tras esa primera curva, Bottas, Leclerc, Checo y Stroll quedaban fuera de carrera. Verstappen y Norris sufrían muchos daños en sus coches, daños que en el caso de Norris le obligaron a abandonar.

    Apareció la bandera roja (una vuelta más tarde de lo que debería) y Verstappen tuvo la oportunidad de hacer unos cuantos apaños que le valieron para continuar en carrera, pero muy retrasado y con muchos problemas.

    Se relanza la carrera con salida en parado y ¡Hamilton es el único en la parrilla! Todos los demás decidieron entrar a boxes a cambiar los neumáticos intermedios que habían montado, ya que la pista estaba prácticamente seca.

    Hamilton tomaba la salida y tras la primera vuelta entra a cambiar neumáticos, saliendo último.

    El resto ha sido un bonito juego de estrategias y de aguantar posición en un circuito donde adelantar es complicado.

    El mejor duelo lo vimos con ALONSO manteniendo tras él a un Hamilton que llegaba con neumáticos medios y más nuevos que los duros de Fernando, luchando por la 4ª plaza. Logró mantenerle un montón de vueltas detrás, desquiciandolo porque veía que, después de todo, la victoria era posible.

    Hamilton logró adelantar a Fernando y también a SAINZ, que rodaba 3º. Y ahí terminó su remontada ya que, aunque llegó a estar en DRS de VETTEL en la última vuelta, no consiguió alcanzar la 2ª posición del alemán, que intentó adelantar en varias ocasiones a Ocon pero no lo logró.

    Por fin el equipo WILLIAMS ha logrado puntuar, con 8º LATIFI y 9º RUSSELL.

    VERSTAPPEN tuvo una carrera muy complicada debido a los daños de su coche y lo máximo que ha podido hacer es logra el último de los puntos en liza al terminar 10º.

    Buena jugada de Alpha Tauri metiendo a GASLY, que tenia parada gratis, a falta de dos vueltas para montar neumático blando y levantarle la VR a Hamilton para que se llevara de Hungría un puntito menos.

    Hamilton se va al descanso veraniego liderando el campeonato por 6 puntos de ventaja y dando un golpe moral a Max por lo ocurrido en las dos últimas carreras.






























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    Al inicio de la sesión, Fernando tuvo una salida de pista.












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    Así fue el accidente de Tsunoda: https://twitter.com/F1/status/1421063436142841856?s=20











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    Impresiones de los equipos después de la Jornada del Viernes:

    Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Mercedes

    Valtteri went second-quickest in FP1 with Lewis in P3. The Finn finished the afternoon session in P1 with Lewis 0.027secs behind in P2. Track temperatures reached over 60 degrees at the Hungaroring, 30km outside Budapest. Both drivers managed to complete some solid long-run practice in the afternoon session.

    Valtteri Bottas: It felt like being in a Finnish sauna today, especially when you stop mid-runs - it's way more than 60 degrees in the cockpit! It makes it tricky with the tyres overheating but honestly, it didn't feel too bad - a promising start. Recently we've been making improvements and I don't think we're in too bad a place but it's only Practice, you never know what teams are holding back. In FP1 we had work to do with the balance but we made changes quickly and were in better shape for FP2, and no doubt there's still more to come. We'll be in on the fight for pole tomorrow and that's hugely motivating.


    Lewis Hamilton: It was roasting today, I've probably lost 3kg out there and the tyres were melting! To see Valtteri and I at the top of the timesheets this afternoon is pleasing, it's great for the team and we'll only improve on that. We have some work to do tonight to see how we can finesse the car some more. You can't plan for the rain, it's so unpredictable so you just try and get the car in the best place, understand the tyres, and set the car up for a dry Qualifying and if it rains, it rains. I'm optimistic because I definitely think we can improve the car balance-wise and if we can do that, we should be there ready to fight tomorrow and for the race on Sunday.


    Andrew Shovlin: We got off to a fairly difficult start on the Hard tyre this morning as the grip and balance just weren't there. As the day went on we seemed to improve in terms of the timesheets, although we're still finding the balance quite tricky. It may be that it's the same for everyone, the track is at 60°C after all and the tyres are getting really hot which is making the long runs quite difficult. Overall, it is encouraging to see both cars at the top of the timesheets but with a risk of rain it may be a very difficult challenge tomorrow so we cannot take anything for granted.

    https://www.pitpass.com/70401/Hungar...notes-Mercedes


    Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Red Bull

    Max Verstappen: "In general, it was not an easy day on track today, we had a few adjustments that we were working on from FP1 and FP2 that we need to look into, seeing what works and what doesn't. There are a lot of things to analyse this evening but there's nothing too big to overcome so I'm not worried. The track was very hot today, but it looks like there's a bit of rain coming so that should make things interesting and I'm looking forward to it."

    Sergio Perez: "The car felt good over the longer and shorter runs today. I think there's definitely time to be found, I was caught in some traffic during both sessions so I think there is still plenty to play for in qualifying tomorrow. With the weather conditions predicted to change over the weekend, there is a bit of an unknown, it may benefit some more than others so we will have to wait and see what happens. We've made good steps and we have a good idea about what we need to do before qualifying to make improvements, so I am optimistic for the rest of the weekend."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70397/Hungar...notes-Red-Bull


    Hungary GP: Practice team notes - McLaren

    Lando Norris: "Today wasn't too bad - obviously very hot which made things a bit tricky. It's not just warm inside the car but the car itself, especially the tyres - the tarmac is hot and that can change a lot of things with the car and how it feels too. It doesn't make things too easy with the temperatures, but we'll try to make sure we do a better job with that tomorrow and make improvements overnight. But I think we're there or thereabouts, so we'll see if we can gain a little bit for tomorrow."

    Daniel Ricciardo: "It was a pretty tricky day. The track conditions were really hot, so I think that made it more difficult. Even if you're fastest today it's probably not going to feel great because the cars and the tyres aren't optimised for these sorts of conditions.

    It was hard to get a good feel from the car this morning, in terms of balance. But it was better this afternoon, even though we've still got work to do before tomorrow. We'll try to chip away, make another step or two overnight and then be in a good place tomorrow."


    Andrea Stella, Executive Director, Racing: "We've had a busy and productive day of practice in Hungary. Conditions today were extreme: high ambient temperatures and I don't think we were far from a record track temperature. We progressed through our programme well, without issues, and are happy with what we've learned today. We seem to be in the usual position in terms of competitiveness. The midfield is very tight, and a few milliseconds will make all the difference, so we have some work to do this evening and tomorrow to prepare for qualifying and ensure we have a good race on Sunday, starting from as high up on the grid as possible. We also know the weather is unsettled, so we'll be preparing for multiple scenarios for the rest of the weekend."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70398/Hungar...-notes-McLaren


    Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Aston Martin

    Sebastian Vettel: "We had a decent day. If we qualify tomorrow where we finished today, I think that would probably be a good result for us. But, of course, we want more - so let's see what we can find overnight. My fastest lap this afternoon was OK, but I left a bit of a margin. On this track, the driver can make the difference if they have absolute trust in the car: it is one corner after the other, without much time to think, so, if we can get in the groove tomorrow morning, we can aim for a good result in qualifying."

    Lance Stroll: "It was really close out there between the teams, which is to be expected at the Hungaroring. It is always great fun to drive this track, so I am happy to be back.

    We have learned a lot today - particularly with the tyres. There was quite a lot of degradation in the long runs in FP2, which is often the case in Hungary. We will go away and look into it, because tyres and strategy can be really influential here. I felt good in the car over a single lap, but there are always areas to improve. It has been a good start to the weekend and I am looking forward to qualifying tomorrow. It could be especially exciting if we get some rain, too."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70400/Hungar...s-Aston-Martin


    Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Alpine

    Alpine F1 Team started its Hungarian Grand Prix weekend with a smooth Friday practice at a hot, sweaty Hungaroring as Formula 1 returned to a regular practice programme following the excitement of the Sprint format in Silverstone.

    Esteban Ocon finished the day as the fourth quickest driver after setting a 1min 17.759secs on Soft (C4 tyres) in the afternoon with Fernando Alonso seventh on a 1min 18.169secs.


    Temperatures were searing throughout the day on the outskirts of the Hungarian capital, Budapest - peaking towards 33C ambient and over 60C on the track surface of the 4.381km twisty circuit.


    Fernando had a high-speed spin at Turn 4 15 minutes into the opening session, escaping with minor damage to a front wing strake. Esteban enjoyed a smoother start to his day, running on Hards (C2) with an aero rake fitted to his car for evaluations.


    On Softs, Fernando ended Free Practice 1 in sixth with Esteban eleventh on the same compound.


    In the afternoon, both drivers began on Mediums (C3) before turning their attention to low fuel runs on Softs, then rounding off the day with high fuel running in preparation for Sunday's 70-lap race with Fernando assessing Mediums and Esteban Softs.


    Esteban Ocon: "It was a good Friday practice overall. The conditions were very tricky with the heat, which must be a record here. I've never seen track temperatures above 60C in my career! It's very challenging to deal with the warm temperatures and having to manage the tyres, brakes and the car is a big exercise. Understanding all of that is key, but it looks like it will be much cooler tomorrow. Today we were competitive, and the car felt decent on the one lap we did on Softs. It's a positive start to the weekend, I enjoy driving here, but tomorrow we have to keep working hard for qualifying, which we know is an important session at this track."


    Fernando Alonso: "It was an OK day. Obviously the Hungaroring is a very different type of circuit to Silverstone, and you really need to adapt to these low speed corners and the amount of action around a lap. We tested a few different things on the car, some of which were thinking about these very high temperatures in Budapest. We don't have a perfect balance yet so we will have to do a lot of work tonight, but we are getting close, so overall it's a productive day."


    Davide Brivio, Racing Director: "We had two positive sessions, particularly with Esteban who felt comfortable in the car and showed some decent pace on both tyre compounds. Fernando still has a little way to go to improve the car to his exact liking, but we collected a lot of useful data on long runs and different tyres and can improve tomorrow. The final results are good, but it is difficult to read much into the classifications today, especially as the weather may change tomorrow. So, for now, we need to keep our heads down, keep working, have a good qualifying and keep ourselves focused."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70394/Hungar...m-notes-Alpine


    Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Ferrari

    The Friday of the Hungarian Grand Prix saw the hottest conditions of the season so far, with air temperature hitting 33 degrees Celsius in the afternoon session and the track going past 60. In these difficult conditions, teams focussed mainly on evaluating tyres for qualifying and the race.

    Over the course of the two hours of track time, the Scuderia drivers evaluated all three Pirelli compounds on offer in Hungary, while running various fuel loads so as to gather as much data as possible. In the morning, the two SF21s completed 47 laps between them, 24 for Carlos and 23 for Charles. Sainz was fourth fastest with a 1'18"115 while Charles encountered traffic, which explains his 1'18"391, which was the seventh best time. A further 62 laps were added in the afternoon, 30 for Leclerc and 32 for Sainz.

    The Monegasque's best time was a 1'18"370 and the Spaniard posted a 1'18"441.


    The final free practice session takes place at 12 CET tomorrow, in preparation for qualifying, when the weather is expected to be changeable with cooler conditions.


    Carlos Sainz: Today was a tricky Friday. FP1 was a decent session but FP2 proved to be a bit more complicated. The car didn't feel any worse, but while the others managed to improve, we went backwards.


    This is something to analyse before tomorrow, when there is some risk of rain and things could get interesting.


    Charles Leclerc: It was a good day. We went through our planned programme and I was quite happy with how I felt in the car. The conditions changed slightly from FP1 to FP2, but we did a good job in both the qualifying and race simulations. What we need to focus on the most is our qualifying performance. It will be quite tricky to overtake, so we have to be a bit stronger here on Saturday than we have been recently at some of the other circuits.


    It was very warm today, and all of us had to adapt to the heat in our cars. But the temperature can also affect other things, such as tyre management. It looks like the weather could be variable for the rest of the weekend, which could mix things up again.

    https://www.pitpass.com/70402/Hungar...-notes-Ferrari


    Hungary GP: Practice team notes - AlphaTauri

    Pierre Gasly: "I'm very pleased with today, particularly after Silverstone where we struggled a bit. It's good to see that we've got the performance back again. The car felt good even in these really hot conditions, so we'll see how we do tomorrow. The Alpine car is looking very fast this weekend so we'll have to work hard tonight to try and get them in Qualifying. I think it might rain overnight, and also in the morning, so we may have different track conditions tomorrow. The pace of the car seems to be good though, so we can go into tomorrow with confidence."

    Yuki Tsunoda: "I'm really disappointed with today, I made a mistake in FP1 and it meant that I've lost more than a session's worth of running. The rear of the car felt very nervous, especially in high-speed corners, and I was losing a lot of time there compared to Pierre. I was trying to improve in those areas, but I lost control of the car and I went into the wall. Unfortunately, the gearbox was damaged, and the team had to work really hard to get my car ready for the afternoon. The mechanics did a really good job getting the car fixed before the end of the session, so I was able to get one push lap in during FP2. It was really helpful for both the engineers and I to get this, so we can review the data tonight."


    Jonathan Eddolls (Chief Race Engineer): "It's a tale of two halves today for the team. Pierre's side of the garage have had a very good Friday, we hit the ground running in FP1 and he showed a very good performance on all of the tyres and particularly on the short-run, where the car seems to be in a good place. For sure, the race will be difficult, especially if we have these very high temperatures as it's very hard on the tyres, so that is probably an area that we should work on for the rest of the weekend. We've brought some aero updates to this race and they are performing as expected, which is really positive. Yuki was having quite a good FP1 up until the spin, which was unfortunate for him. He sustained some damage to the car which was fairly extensive and took quite a long time to repair. The mechanics did an excellent job getting the car back out before the end of FP2 and Yuki was able to get one push lap in before the end of the session. He completed this lap on the Softs, however he ended up in the mix of cars doing long-runs, so we can't consider his time representative of the real performance. It was always going to be difficult getting that lap in but thanks to the mechanics' hard work we were able to check that everything on the car is ok and it will also allow Yuki to analyse the set-up changes we made to the car after FP1. The forecasts here have been changing daily, so who knows what weather we'll have tomorrow!"

    https://www.pitpass.com/70396/Hungar...tes-AlphaTauri


    Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Alfa Romeo

    A sizzling hot day welcomed the start of on track action at the Hungaroring. Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN recovered well from a challenging morning to close the day of practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix with a good amount of laps under their belts.

    With temperatures soaring above 30C from the morning, the team was hit by a setback as Antonio Giovinazzi was unable to complete more than five laps in the first practice session, owing to a technical issue to his car. Reserve driver, Robert Kubica, was on hand to carry on the team's testing programme, completing 23 laps as part of his outing and providing useful data to the team's engineers.


    In the afternoon, the returning Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio were able to recover much of the lost ground, putting in good mileage and bringing the team's programme to a close - even though the good work of the team was not fully reflected in the times, with Antonio's best lap deleted for a track limits offence.


    Enough, however, was done to ensure the team has plenty of information to optimise the two C41s ahead of tomorrow's qualifying - the objective, placing both cars in Q2 on a track where overtaking remains a challenge.


    Just as exciting as the good work the team did on track was the action outside the confines of the race surface. The Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN Team Booth was one of the most popular attractions for the many fans braving the heat to crowd the grandstands: with a showcar the star of the show, alongside a racing equipment exhibition, merchandise stalls and other fun activities, the Booth was the centre of a real party atmosphere.


    Fans interacted with their favourite Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN stars, and in particular Robert, who is hugely popular with the local fans and the many Poles who did the trip for the race. Contests and competitions took place, with some lucky fans winning autographed and limited-edition items.


    Ahead of qualifying, here's hoping we will give all our supporters at the Team Booth something to cheer about...


    Kimi Raikkonen: "We were able to do a good amount of laps in FP2, but there's still work to be done with the set-up of the car. The balance is not yet where we want it to be, but we have a whole evening to improve it ahead of tomorrow. We'll only find out if we've done enough when we get to qualifying, hopefully we will earn a spot in Q2."


    Antonio Giovinazzi: "Not the easiest day for us, but a good recovery in the afternoon, all things considered. A technical issue meant we effectively missed FP1, but we were able to make up some ground in the second session. Unfortunately, my fastest lap was deleted, so the standings don't look great, but we can be confident: hopefully we can be strong on Saturday. The fight for a spot in Q2 will be tight but we are going to give it our best shot and see if we can make it."


    Robert Kubica: "It was a productive morning in difficult conditions, a session in which we managed to complete our programme. My day in the car was quite smooth and I am happy with the job I did: I am always keen to help the team progress and I feel my input gives a different perspective compared to Kimi's and Antonio's, who get to drive the car every session. Hopefully that can be of help to the team. Outside the car, it was very nice to have a virtual meeting with some of the fans in the grandstands. There's a lot of support for us here, we see it in our team booth in the fan zone, and we're keen to put up a good show for them."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70404/Hungar...tes-Alfa-Romeo


    Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Haas

    Round 11 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship began with practice on Friday at the Hungaroring in Budapest as teams prepared for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix.Friday's track action consisted of two 60-minute sessions - FP1 and FP2 - on the 4.381-kilometer (2.722-mile), 14-turn circuit - both sessions held in hotter than normal conditions with air temperature topping out at 32 degrees Celsius (89.6 degrees Fahrenheit) and track temperature hitting 63 degrees Celsius (145.4 degrees Fahrenheit).


    Nikita Mazepin and Mick Schumacher opened FP1 with a wake-up outing on the Pirelli P Zero Yellow medium tires. Next on the run-plan was a switch to the Red compound for a stint on the softest rubber available - both drivers setting their fastest laps despite a brief stop to the session thanks to a red flag caused by AlphaTauri's Yuki Tsunoda. Schumacher logged a 1:20.383 to place P17 while Mazepin recorded a 1:20.992 for P19. The session concluded with a short high-fuel run to take the checkered - Schumacher remaining on softs with Mazepin utilizing the mediums.


    FP2 saw both cars start the session under the blazing afternoon sunshine on the mediums. With a handful of laps banked Mazepin and Schumacher returned to the garage for softs and the start of their qualifying simulation. Unfortunately for Mazepin, a puncture on his right-rear tire forced an immediate return to the pits - the Russian rookie denied a crack at a fast lap. Schumacher produced a 1:19.817 lap on the softs, placing the German rookie P18, while Mazepin's earlier best time on the mediums - a 1:21.881, left him P20 on the timesheet. Both the medium and hard tires were later sampled by each driver in long-distance runs to close out the session.


    Uralkali Haas F1 Team ran a total of 106 laps on Friday across FP1 and FP2 - 51 by Mazepin and 55 by Schumacher.


    Nikita Mazepin: "It was a physical day, but we got lot of laps done. Unfortunately, I had a puncture in the afternoon which prevented me from any soft tire running but we compensated and got a very long run. Although it isn't perfect on a track where you can't overtake, there's loads of laps completed, experience and data gathered. Ever since Silverstone, we've managed to stabilize the car well and obviously on a track where you lose the rears, like Silverstone, we've achieved a good pace on long runs. We need to rebalance the car to have more front end in slow speed corners and we'll be good."


    Mick Schumacher: "I think it was a positive start in the sense that we were able to accomplish our run plan. Obviously, in terms of speed we're a bit adrift but hopefully if I manage to get a good lap in, we'll be a bit closer to Williams, which is what we're hoping for. We had two very different types of tire wear in the two practice sessions. Today we had 63-degree track temperature - that's the hottest I've ever seen it. For Sunday, the temperature should be a bit cooler and hopefully we will have done enough in terms of research to be able to keep up with the others."


    Guenther Steiner: "It was a pretty good session. We had a slow puncture with Nikita during FP2 on his soft tire which we need to look into. No real problem - we just did our job. We got enough data and the guys got to learn the track in a Formula 1 car. So far, all good. Let's see what we can do tomorrow."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70399/Hungar...eam-notes-Haas


    Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Williams

    Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: Today has been very hot and this has occupied quite a lot of our time. Both drivers have had solid days and have begun to tune their cars for the conditions we expect to see tomorrow and on Sunday. We have run all three compounds today and have a good idea of how we will tackle qualifying and the race. We think there is more to come from the car tomorrow and tonight we will be looking to see how we can get a little more from the tyres during a qualifying lap.There is a risk of rain for the rest of the weekend and so we will have to keep this in our minds as we finalise the car build ahead of qualifying.


    George Russell: It was very hot out there and overall, it was a good day. We were not quite as quick as I had hoped but, having said that, it's only Friday. We're in a good position for Qualifying and also for the race. It is so difficult to overtake here and if conditions stay the same, with the track temperature being very hot, then it will be a difficult race for everyone, so we are definitely keeping an eye on Sunday.


    Nicholas Latifi: It was definitely very tricky today, one of the hottest track temperatures I have driven, so it was a challenge to find the right balance with the tyre management. The relative pace is there or there abouts, but I feel there is a lot that we can improve which is a positive.

    The car has had the pace to get into Q2 at almost every race this year, so on a track where the car should be more competitive, I see no reason why we can't fight for that tomorrow. We have some work to do tonight, we still have to dial in the balance of the car to give me a bit more confidence, but it is definitely possible.

    https://www.pitpass.com/70403/Hungar...notes-Williams


    Hungary GP: Practice team notes - Pirelli

    Mercedes's Valtteri Bottas was the fastest driver in the hottest track temperatures experienced all year, with almost 60 degrees centigrade on track and 35 degrees ambient. Red Bull's Max Verstappen was quickest in the slightly cooler morning conditions of FP1. On both occasions, the P Zero Red soft C4 tyre was used to set the best time.

    Despite these very high temperatures, there's a risk of rain tomorrow and sporadically during the rest of the weekend, which meant that the teams maximised data collection today in dry and hot conditions.


    There was a high degree of track evolution throughout free practice, with the Hungaroring not having been used extensively up to this weekend.


    In some of the hottest conditions ever seen on track, all the compounds stood up extremely well, including the P Zero Red soft C4, which delivered maximum grip.


    Based on the data collected so far, there's about a 0.7 second difference between P Zero White hard C2 and P Zero Yellow medium C3, as well as a 0.9 second difference between P Zero Yellow medium C3 and P Zero Red soft C4: somewhat more than expected.


    Mario Isola: "These were some of the hottest track temperatures we can ever remember so thermal degradation was definitely a factor during the longer runs; particularly on the soft compound and on the rear tyres. However, it's far from certain that the weather will remain the same, with a forecast of rain at some point adding yet another unpredictable element to what is always a strategically complex race. In comparison to last year, the warmer conditions allowed the soft tyre to perform very well over a single lap. Nonetheless, there could be an advantage in starting on the medium tyre for the grand prix, so this will be a consideration for the qualifying strategy. With a bigger gap between medium and soft than we expected for now, getting through the Q2 session on the medium isn't guaranteed for anybody. So there's plenty for the teams to think about tonight."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70395/Hungar...-notes-Pirelli
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Parece que el tiempo, de una manera u otra, afectará a la carrera. A ver que tal.

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    Bandera roja por accidente de Mick Schumacher.










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    Investigación a Giovinazzi por salida insegura.

    Con su alerón delantero ha tocado el neumático trasero de Stroll.




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    los números de la F.P. 3:

    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Condiciones para la calificación.




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    Mick listo por si sus mecánicos llegan a tiempo, aunque parece complicado. Faltan 4 minutos para finalice la Q1.




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