Hungarian Grand Prix Preview
Following a pro-longed mid-season break (basically Winter Break if you’re living in the UK!), the Random Forum Championship is back with a bang this evening. Originally due to be held on Thursday 17th January the Hungarian Grand Prix was called off due to impending snow, and boy did the weather deliver. The Grand Prix was therefore postponed until after the mid-season break but now we are at that point, the track has been cleared and all snowfall removed so the race can get under way tonight!
We re-join the Championship at exactly the halfway point with ten races run and ten races still to do. We come off the back of our first repeat winner in Germany (Jamie Franklin) who finally broke the run of nine different consecutive race winners. He now leads the Championship from William Ingram and Robert Mathershaw, who seem to have ever so slightly broken away from the rest of the field, but I am predicting nothing as we have seen so far this year, anything can happen! (I mean, the Hungarian Grand Prix being snowed off?! Who’d have thought it?!). With just three European races left teams will be wanting to bank a ton of points before we once again fly oversea’s.
Chance of Rain: 35%
Favorite Tracks: Butler (Mercedes), Varga (Sauber), Haddleton (Force India), Cucamest (Toro Rosso), Sunderland (Caterham)
Free Practice 1: Dry
Free Practice 2: Dry