F1 Hungarian Grand Prix 2019 – The Last Race Before Summer Break
Since organized in 1986, the Hungarian Grand Prix has drawn a huge number of fans coming to experience the annual F1 event. Though having a tense & winding circuit, the Hungarian’s earns a reputation for generating some great race. The schedule is set, pack your luggage and get ready for the nail-biting moment.
The History Hungaroring - F1 Hungarian Grand Prix
The inaugural Hungarian Grand Prix was organized in June 1936. However, the new circuit was built in a valley outside the Budapest city to hold its first F1 race in August 1986.
Located in a natural bowl shape, 50% of the track can be observed from most vantage points, giving that race a satisfying experience for F1 fans, catching the most awesome nail-biting action.
F1 Hungarian Grand Prix - Hungaroring Race Track
Structured with a few straight lines, Hungaroring reminds audiences of the go-kart race track with consecutive turns, drivers must stay fully focused for the pressure & chassis issues in order to increase horsepower on short straight lines – challenge them to achieve the best lap.
- Circuit length: 4.381km
- First F1Grand Prix: 1986
- Laps: 70
- Race distance: 306.53km
- Race lap record: 1.19.071, Michael Schumacher (2004)
- 2018 winner: Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
- Number of corners: 14
- Overtaking chances: are pretty low, DRS is the best option
F1 Hungarian Grand Prix 2019 & What To Expect
Hungarian Grand Prix is the last race before the F1 traditional summer break & having the Belgium Grand Prix on September 2019.
Who’s gonna step on the podium among 3 best teams: Mercedes, Ferrari or Red Bull. In the last Germany Grand Prix, fans witnessed huge disappointment of the “Silver Arrow” when Bottas was eliminated from the race, and Hamilton reach the 9th pole position.
About Ferrari, the upstream victory from rank 20th to 2nd of Sebastian Vettel has activated the hope to end Mercdes’s glory days.
Following strictly in the pole position ranking, we cannot mention the potential of the Red Bull team and their young driver Max Verstappen who reached the No.1 position.
The next F1 Hungarian GP schedule:
- Practice 1: 4.00 PM 0 5.30 PM on August 2nd
- Practice 2: 8.00 PM – 9.30 PM on August 2nd
- Practice 3: 5.00 PM – 6.00 PM on August 3rd
- Qualifying: 8.00 PM – 9.00 PM on August 3rd
- Race: 8.10 PM – 10.10 PM on August 4th
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