The Hungarian track is built in a natural bowl, a bit like the UK’s Brands Hatch. That means that any of the grandstands located on or around the main straight should provide a view of other parts of the track too, giving you more Formula 1 bang for your forint.
The Hungaroring is usually referred to as the copy of the Monte Carlos track, as it is technical and features flowing sections of closely linked corners. Despite the fact that passing is not an easy achievement for drivers at the Hungaroring, the circuit has actually hosted some thrilling F1 events, with many changes of position. In 2002 there was just one overtake; in 2001 two and on five other occasions, three. However, in 2014 there were no fewer than 49, in 2011 47 and in the first edition in 1986 there were 44.
Join us on ScuderiaFans.com and follow the latest Formula 1 news, info, results, timings and updates from the Hungaroring Circuit, as the qualifying session for the 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix is about to get underway at the 4.381-kilometre track in Mogyorod, near Budapest. Scuderia Ferrari drivers Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc will hit the track behind the wheel of the F1-75 car and challenge Mercedes and Red Bull for a front row start in tomorrow’s race at the Hungaroring:
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