All to know about Hungarian GP

F1 Hungarian GP LIVE: The thirteenth round of the F1 2022 season will head to Hungaroring, Hungary in the form of the Hungarian Grand Prix. Meanwhile, Red Bull looks to assert dominance in the championship and extend their lead over Ferrari and Mercedes. Both, Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc have a great chance of winning this year but Lewis Hamilton can give the sucker punch as Mercedes have shown immense improvements in the last two races. Follow Formula 1 & Hungarian GP LIVE updates with InsideSport.IN

Lewis Hamilton has won the most number of Hungarian Grand Prix’s with eight wins under his belt. Meanwhile, Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen both are yet to win a race here as it was Alpine’s Esteban Ocon who clinched the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix.

F1 Hungarian GP Schedule & Timings: Practice 1, Date – 29th July

Timings – 17:30 to 18:30 IST

Practice 2, Date – 29th July

Timings – 20:30 to 21:30 IST

Practice 3, Date – 30th July

Timings – 16:30 to 17:30 IST

Qualifying, Date – 30th July

Timings – 19:30 to 20:30 IST

Race, Date – 31st July

Timings – 18:30 to 20:30 IST

How the F1 drivers’ table looks like: Red Bull’s Max Verstappen is leading the F1 drivers’ standings with 233 points. He is followed by Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc who endured a DNF at the French GP and is at the second spot with 170 points. Meanwhile, Sergio Perez takes the third spot and is seven points shy of Leclerc with 163 points.

How the constructors’ table looks like: Red Bull too is leading the constructors’ standings with 396 points. Ferrari takes the second spot with 314 points and Mercedes are 44 points behind the Italian side with 270 points.

F1 Hungarian GP LIVE: Formula 1 reaches Hungary, Check all you want to know about Hungarian GP Race timings, schedule, Qualifying, Practice & LIVE streaming from Hungaroring: Follow Formula 1 2022 LIVE Updates
F1 Hungarian GP LIVE Streaming: DRS zones and track layout for the Hungarian GP.

Location – Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary

First Grand Prix – 1986

Number of Laps – 70

Circuit Length – 4.381 km

Race Distance – 306.63 km

When was the track built?

Work started on the Hungaroring in 1985, and the track was race-prepared only nine months after the fact. The Hungarian government had initially thought to be restoring the old Nepliget park circuit in Budapest in a bid to have Formula 1 in the nation, yet in the end chose to make a purpose-built facility instead.

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