Hungarian Grand Prix Practice 2 Live

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Join us below to follow Hungarian Grand Prix Free Practice 2 live.

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3 comments on “Hungarian Grand Prix Practice 2 Live”

  1. Pat Armstrong
    30th July 2010, 14:24

    hi, it would be interesting to see a graph showing the whole field from left to right showing the cars in their positions according to their times and distance between them as the times are so close one cannot really see what the difference is, give it a go if possible
    great commentating from all


    1. That would be incredibly difficult to do. For this website to feature that royalties would have to be paid to FOM. There is something called the driver tracker. It is available as an app on the iPhone and iPad for about $30 per season. Also the BBC broadcasts something similar on the Red Button.

  2. Hello,

    I wanted to say that I have been watching for a a couple of months on and off and I would like to sign up for the daily feed. I am not to computer smart so I’ll give it a try but I will need some assistance. This is a great find and I would hate to lose contact, and maybe never discover it again.

    Anyway, thanks again and I look forward to reading/posting again sometime!

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