Eleven races have come and gone and two drivers are still trying to out-fox each other in their bid to become a fifth-time world champion.
Hungary presents the chance for either Lewis Hamilton or Sebastian Vettel to gain the upper hand on the pack and skip into half-term top of the class.
This narrow and twisty track north east of Budapest was first introduced in 1986, with the idea of a Monaco-style street circuit being built in the capital’s biggest public park – the People’s Park. Unfortunately, that dream never materialised and the small village of Mogyorod was chosen instead. The Hungaroring gives fans some of the best views on the calendar, with 80% visibility of the action from certain vantage points.
Join us later in the afternoon for the latest updates and results from the Hungaroring circuit, as the qualifying session for the 2018 Hungarian Grand Prix is about to get underway, with Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen at the wheel of the SF71H, ready to challenge Mercedes and Red Bull for pole position.