Just one week after racing at Hockenheim the F1 teams are back in action for the 25th Hungarian Grand Prix.
Have all the important information for every session of this weekend’s race at your fingertips with the F1 Fanatic unofficial race programme:
Hungarian Grand Prix preview – McLaren rivals ready to capitalise on their advantage
Hungarian GP live comments and TV times – Watch and comment on every session of the race live with us
2010 Hungarian Grand Prix – Session time and support race information
2010 Hungarian Grand Prix discussion – Are you at this weekend’s race? Tell us all about it here
The 4.4km (2.7 miles) Hungaroring is one of the shortest on the F1 calendar. First used in 1986, this year will be the 25th world championship race at the Hungaroring.
The circuit has changed little since F1′s first race ‘behind the Iron Curtain’. It’s always been one of the slower tracks and overtaking is very difficult.
The track tends to start off very slippery at the beginning of the weekend, as it is used little between F1′s visits. The weather is usually hot and dry, so that by qualifying on Saturday lap times improve quickly with each passing car.
Hungaroring – circuit information – Track data
Changing tracks: Hungaroring – How the track has changed since it was first used
Hungaroring – spectators’ experiences – What people who’ve been to the Hungaroring think of the circuit
A large band of rain is heading towards Hungary. It could affect practice and possibly qualifying and the race too.
Read more: Rain set to return in Hungary
Following the race live
We’ll be commenting live on the Hungarian Grand Prix from start to finish. Join us for the race, qualifying and all three practice sessions at these times:
Friday 30th July 2010
Hungarian Grand Prix Free practice 1 – 10:00 – 11:30 (09:00 – 10:30)
Hungarian Grand Prix Free practice 2 – 14:00 – 15:30 (13:00 – 14:30)
Saturday 31st July 2010
Hungarian Grand Prix Free practice 3 – 11:00 – 12:00 (10:00 – 11:00)
Hungarian Grand Prix Qualifying – 14:00 (13:00)
Sunday 1st August 2010
Hungarian Grand Prix – 14:00 (13:00)
Times are local times with British time conversions in brackets.
More session times and live blog details here: Hungarian GP live comments and TV times
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2009 Hungarian Grand Prix highlights
Qualifying for last year’s Hungarian Grand Prix was interrupted by a shocking accident suffered by Felipe Massa, who was unable to race for the rest of the season due to his injuries.
When the session resumed Fernando Alonso took pole position, though it took a while to verify that as the timing system failed with half a minute left to run in Q3.
Alonso’s bid for victory was thwarted on race day after an early pit stop during which his front-right tyre wasn’t properly fitted and came off after he returned to the track.
That allowed Lewis Hamilton to take his second win at the Hungaroring for McLaren.
Felipe Massa crashes after being struck by debris during qualifying (Video) – The situation looked desperate to begin with but gradually the news improved
2009 Hungarian Grand Prix review – Lewis Hamilton took McLaren back to winning ways after a tough start to the season
Renault banned from European Grand Prix following Fernando Alonso’s wheel loss – The ban was later rescinded
Previous Hungarian Grands Prix
2008 Hungarian Grand Prix review – Massa loses Hungary win to Kovalainen
2007 Hungarian Grand Prix review – Hamilton edges out Raikkonen
2006 Hungarian Grand Prix review – Button achieves his impossible dream
2005 Hungarian Grand Prix review – Raikkonen takes important win
1989 Hungarian Grand Prix review – Mansell storms from 12th to first
2010 Hungarian Grand Prix
- Technical review: German and Hungarian Grands Prix
- From the stands: Nikolai Vogler watches two races in one week
- Ecclestone asks Hungarian President “Was your crown made in China?”
- Michael defends Barrichello strategy
- How F1 can make pit stops safer
- 2010 Hungarian Grand Prix – the complete F1 Fanatic race weekend review
- A move too far: Schumacher forces stewards to take a stand
- Who was the best driver of the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend?
- Red Bull mark 100th F1 start with win (Hungarian Grand Prix facts and stats)
- Red Bull fly to victory but FIA set to clip their wings (Red Bull race review)
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