Hungarian Grand Prix, lap one, revisited

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

A while ago I asked whether Fernando Alonso or Michael Schumacher’s massive position gains on the opening lap of the Hungarian Grand Prix were anything special – indeed, whether they were worthy of comparison with Ayrton Senna’s at Donington Park in 1993. I was fascinated to see Darren Morgan asked that very question of Autosport’s … Continue reading Hungarian Grand Prix, lap one, revisited

Hungarian Grand Prix ‘best of 2006’ – so far

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Jenson Button’s maiden win in the Hungarian Grand Prix is currently ranked as the best of the season so far (not including last week’s Turkish Grand Prix). The incident-packed wet dry race displaced the Bahrain Grand Prix as the fan’s favourite so far this year in the post-race popularity polls F1Fanatic conducts on the Autosport … Continue reading Hungarian Grand Prix ‘best of 2006’ – so far