Red Bull have locked out the front row of the grid yet again at the Hungaroring. We all know how bad they’ve been at converting that advantage into one-two finishes on race day. But with the performance advantage the RB6 boasts this weekend, surely no-one can stop from running away with the Hungarian Grand Prix?
Sebastian Vettel is again on pole, followed by teammate Mark Webber. This marks Red Bull’s 11th pole position in 12 races, its sixth 1-2 qualifying of the season and its 100th grand prix. Ferrari?óÔé¼Ôäós Fernando Alonso takes the final spot, but was more than a second slower than the Red Bulls. Here?óÔé¼Ôäós what the top … Continue reading Webber: ‘Seb deserves pole today’
Qualifying at the Hungaroring was a very one-sided affair. The Red Bull pair dominated proceedings and left the other 22 cars as little more than bit-players. Here’s a look back at today’s qualifying session in pictures.
Kamui Kobayashi has received a five-place grid penalty ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix for ignoring a red light in the pit lane. The Sauber driver had been called in by the FIA stewards for scrutaneering at the end of Q1, but drove through the red light and continued towards the team?óÔé¼Ôäós garage. ?óÔé¼?ôI am … Continue reading Kobayashi hit with five-place grid penalty
McLaren has struggled during qualifying for the 2010 Hungarian Grand Prix, with Jenson Button failing to make into the top ten. This is the third time Button has failed to make it into Q3 this season, having qualified 14th for the British Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton qualified fifth, but was almost two seconds slower than … Continue reading Button struggles during qualifying
Sebastian Vettel will start from his fourth consecutive pole position of the year at the Hungaroring after Red Bull dominated today’s qualifying session. He and Webber locked out the front row of the grid ahead of the two Ferraris – who were over a second slower than the RB6s.
Row 1 1. Sebastian Vettel 1’18.773Red Bull-Renault 2. Mark Webber 1’19.184Red Bull-Renault Row 2 3. Fernando Alonso 1’19.987Ferrari 4. Felipe Massa 1’20.331Ferrari Row 3 5. Lewis Hamilton 1’20.499McLaren-Mercedes 6. Nico Rosberg 1’21.082Mercedes Row 4 7. Vitaly Petrov 1’21.229Renault 8. Robert Kubica 1’21.328Renault Row 5 9. Pedro de la Rosa 1’21.411Sauber-Ferrari 10. Nico H?â??lkenberg 1’21.710Williams-Cosworth Row … Continue reading 2010 Hungarian Grand Prix grid
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There was no comfort for Red Bull’s rivals at the Hungaroring this morning as the RB6s lapped the track over a second faster than anyone else. Mark Webber set the quickest time of the weekend so far ahead of qualifying with a 1’19.574. Team mate Sebastian Vettel’s attempt to beat it were thwarted by traffic.
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The next session of the weekend is the third practice session. If you want your predictions to count make sure you get them in before then. Enter your Hungarian Grand Prix predictions here. Here’s today’s round-up: Links Team orders would make me quit, says Button (Reuters) “You’re here to win, you’re here to be the … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 31/7/2010
The Cypher Group has withdrawn its bid to compete in the 2011 F1 championship. The American group released a statement saying: We remain completely committed to developing a credible and viable Formula One team and were able to raise a considerable amount of sponsorship and interest in recent months. However after much deliberation, we have … Continue reading Cypher Group withdraws 2011 F1 team bid
At the end of the second practice session in Hungary it was the four cars running the much-discussed flexi-wings that headed the times. Red Bull look like the team to beat and it remains to be seen whether Ferrari can get close enough to the RB6s to to threaten the near-monopoly on pole position they … Continue reading Flexi-wing four fastest at Hungaroring (Second practice interactive data)
The Red Bulls are on the rampage in Hungary, easily topping both of today’s practice sessions. Ferrari were able to get within half a second of them but McLaren, Renault and Mercedes were all a second or more behind. Have a look at the cars in action during practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix in … Continue reading Hungarian Grand Prix practice in pictures
Sebastian Vettel retained his place at the top of the times sheet in the second practice session at the Hungaroring. The two Red Bulls were split by Fernando Alonso’s Ferrari but he was almost half a second slow than Vettel. Mark Webber was third, just a fraction slower than Alonso, and Felipe Massa was the … Continue reading Vettel fastest again in second session
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Although Red Bull showed impressive pace in the first practice session at the Hungaroring it’s clear we haven’t seen representative times from all their rivals. Chief among which are Ferrari and McLaren who were running different programmes this morning in Hungary.
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The Red Bull drivers were emphatically quickest in first practice at the Hungaroring. Sebastian Vettel led Mark Webber as the pair ended the session a second quicker than their rivals. Renault’s Robert Kubica was the best of the rest.
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