2010 Hungarian Grand Prix – the complete F1 Fanatic race weekend review

Start, Hungaroring, 2010

Red Bull’s domination, Michael Schumacher’s controversial move on Rubens Barrichello, chaos in the pit lane – there was no shortage of stories at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Find all the F1 Fanatic Hungarian Grand Prix coverage in one place below ?ǣ from Friday practice to the post-race review and our live comments on every session.

Race results and reaction

Hungarian Grand Prix review – Webber grabs Hungary win after Vettel blunder

Schumacher given ten-place grid drop for his swerve at Barrichello – Controversial move late in the race drew fierce criticism

Vettel: ??I was sleeping?? at restart – Vettel’s mistake cost him a win which he said would have been “a walk in the park”

Renault and Mercedes fined for pit chaos – Each ordered to pay $50,000 by the stewards after incidents in the pits

Hungarian Grand Prix result – Red Bull dominate as rookies Petrov and H???lkenberg impress

Championship points after Hungary – Webber takes championship lead

A move too far: Schumacher forces stewards to take a stand – How Schumacher’s punishment could have consequences for driving standards in F1

Race analysis

Who was the best driver of the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend? – Vote for the driver who impressed you most in Hungary

Rate the race: Hungary – What did you think of the race?

Hungarian Grand Prix analysis – How Kamui Kobayashi gained 14 places to finish ninth

Hungarian Grand Prix facts and stats – Red Bull mark 100th F1 start with win

Hungarian Grand Prix pit stops – Button’s early stop was quicker of the race

Hungarian Grand Prix fastest laps – Vettel set the fastest lap on the last lap of the race

Detailed analysis of every team and driver in the Hungarian Grand Prix

McLaren race review – Unreliability and poor pace costs McLaren title lead
Mercedes race review – First zero of 2010
Red Bull race review – Red Bull fly to victory but FIA set to clip their wings
Ferrari race review – Alonso splits Red Bulls for valuable second place
Williams race review – Both cars in points
Renault race review – Points for Petrov
Force India race review – Sutil taken out
STR race review – Bad start for Buemi
Lotus race review – Best new team again
HRT race review – Yamamoto lags behind
Sauber race review – Reward in 300th Grand Prix
Virgin race review – Pit stops spoil race

Qualifying

Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying – Red Bull claimed the front row and left their rivals gasping

Webber: ??Seb deserves pole today? – Vettel took his fourth consecutive pole position

Kobayashi hit with five-place grid penalty – Sauber driver sent to the back of the grid

Button struggles during qualifying – Button missed Q3 for second time in three races

Hungarian Grand Prix grid – Hamilton ‘best of the rest’ behind Red Bulls and Ferraris

Hungarian Grand Prix pre-race analysis – Red Bull’s pace looked irresistible

Practice

First practice report – Red Bull dominate in Hungary

First practice interactive data – Ferrari yet to show their hand in Hungary

Second practice report – Vettel fastest again

Second practice interactive data – Flexi-wing four fastest at Hungaroring

Third practice report – Red Bull extend Hungaroring domination

Live blogs

How we saw the Hungarian Grand Prix as it unfolded:

Hungarian Grand Prix Live Blog
Hungarian Grand Prix Qualifying Live
Hungarian Grand Prix Practice 3 Live
Hungarian Grand Prix Practice 2 Live
Hungarian Grand Prix Practice 1 Live

Find coverage of every race this season here: F1 2010 Season

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9 comments on 2010 Hungarian Grand Prix – the complete F1 Fanatic race weekend review

  1. Keith, can you embbed the list of all released books about F1. Thank you in advance.

  2. thanks, Keith :)

  3. SoLiDG (@solidg) said on 3rd August 2010, 12:57

    http://www.gpupdate.net/en/f1-news/240438/warwick-schumacher-was-nearly-disqualified/

    Interresting part is this.
    “We interviewed Rubens and Michael and it was kind of disappointing how Michael handled it, so we had no option but to give him a 10-place penalty”

    • John H said on 3rd August 2010, 13:35

      Like with any court system, the admission of guilt can definitely affect the sentence handed out.

  4. John H said on 3rd August 2010, 13:33

    Just like to mention that were it not for the new points system, the great fight for tenth place would never have happened.

  5. James said on 3rd August 2010, 13:37

    Here’s a replay of all the drama from the pits:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MwGW5ttAC0

  6. TrueF1Grit said on 5th August 2010, 15:38

    I went to Hungary and I have uploaded a very long review of my weekend in the spectators experiences section of this site, if you have any questions or are thinking of going next year please ask them in the comments on my review there :D

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