Grand Prix

Hungarian Grand Prix



city
Mogyord
Circuit length
4.381 km
rounds count
70
fastest lap
1:21.386

Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix

The last race before the well-deserved summer break: Also this year, the Hungarian Grand Prix is ​​the place where there is still a lot of competition just before a small month of rest. At the Hungaroring, Red Bull Racing will want to prove that after a few bad luck, it can win here with the right strategy.

F1 Standings

Pos.NameTeamRoundsTimePoints
1VERMax VerstappenRed Bull Racing701:28.244-
2HAMLewis HamiltonMercedes AMG F1 team70+7.834-
3RUSGeorge RussellMercedes AMG F1 team70+12.337-
4SAICarlos SainzFerrari70+14.579-
5PERSergio PerezRed Bull Racing70+15.688-
6LECCharles LeclercFerrari70+16.047-
7NORLando NorrisMcLaren70+78.300-
8ALOFernando AlonsoAlpine F1 team69+1LAP-
9OCOEsteban OconAlpine F1 team69+1LAP-
10VETSebastian VettelAston Martin F1 team69+1LAP-
11STRLance StrollAston Martin F1 team69+1LAP-
12GASPierre GaslyScuderia AlphaTauri69+1LAP-
13ZHOGuanyu ZhouAlfa Romeo F1 team69+1LAP-
14SCHMick SchumacherHaas F169+1LAP-
15RICDaniel RicciardoMcLaren69+1LAP-
16MAGKevin MagnussenHaas F169+1LAP-
17ALBAlex AlbonWilliams69+1LAP-
18LATNicholas LatifiWilliams69+1LAP-
19TSUYuki TsunodaScuderia AlphaTauri68+2LAPS-
20BOTValtteri BottasAlfa Romeo F1 team65DNF-

The Hungarian Grand Prix 2022

A track where, just like in Monaco, the teams with a slightly less powerful engine can be competitive. The last race just before the summer break is the place to grab a quick win (or podium) and go on holiday with a good feeling. While it should be a perfect track for the Red Bulls given the layout, Verstappen has never won it other than his pole position in 2019.

The teams will have to take the weather conditions into account. It is warm almost everywhere in Europe in early August, but it can get very hot on the circuit near the Hungarian capital Budapest. In recent years it has become apparent that Red Bull Racing can benefit from this and given the reliability of the Honda engine, this does not have to cause technical problems.

What does the Hungarian Grand Prix race weekend look like?

On July 29, the drivers will take their seats in their cars for the free practice sessions. FP1 is scheduled at 1pm UK time. At 4:00 pm the second practice session will be held. Qualifying starts on Saturday, July 30 at 3:00 PM, after which the race will be held on Sunday, July 31.

What time does the Hungarian Grand Prix start?

As in previous years, the Hungarian GP can be followed live in the GPblog.com live blog from one hour before the start of the race. The start time of the Hungarian Grand Prix is ​​2:00 PM UK time and the race can also be followed live on your local TV option.