Everything you need to know about the Hungarian GP

F1 Hungarian GP Live: The thirteenth round of the F1 2022 season will go to Hungary in Hungary in the form of the Hungarian Grand Prix. Meanwhile, Red Bull look to assert dominance in the championship and extend their lead over Ferrari and Mercedes. Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc both have great chances to win this year but Lewis Hamilton could deliver the sucking punch as Mercedes have shown a lot of improvement in the last two races. Follow Formula 1 and Hungarian GP live updates with InsideSport.IN

Lewis Hamilton has won the most Hungarian Grand Prix with eight wins under his belt. Meanwhile, both Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen are yet to win a race here as it was Alpine’s Esteban Ocon who won the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix.

F1 Hungarian GP Schedule and Timings: Exercise 1, Date- 29th July

the time – 17:30 to 18:30 IST

Exercise 2Date – 29th July

the time – 20:30 to 21:30 IST

Exercise 3Date – 30th July

the time – 16:30 to 17:30 IST

qualificationDate – 30th July

the time – 19:30 to 20:30 IST

raceDate – 31st July

the time – 18:30 to 20:30 IST

Here’s what the F1 driver’s table looks like: Red Bull’s Max Verstappen leads the F1 drivers standings with 233 points. He is followed by Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc who suffered a DNF at the French GP and is second with 170 points. Meanwhile, Sergio Perez is third and seven points shy of Leclerc with 163 points.

What the constructor table looks like: Red Bull also leads the constructors’ standings with 396 points. Ferrari is second with 314 points and Mercedes is 44 points behind the Italian team with 270 points.

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location – Hungaryring, Budapest, Hungary

First Grand Prix – 1986

Number of laps – 70

circuit length – 4.381 km

race distance – 306.63 km

When was the track built?

Work began on the Hungerring in 1985 and the track was race-ready just nine months after the event. The Hungarian government initially considered restoring the old Napligate Park circuit in Budapest to house Formula 1 in the country, yet ultimately opted to build a purpose-built facility instead.

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