F1 Hungarian GP Live: Mercedes’ George Russell claimed the first pole position of his F1 career as Red Bull’s Max Verstappen started the Hungarian GP from tenth. Meanwhile, Ferrari’s Sainz and Leclerc are top runners to secure the race win as Mercedes look to counter their pace. Follow Formula 1 and Hungarian GP live updates with InsideSport.IN

F1 Hungarian GP Live: Red Bull's Max Verstappen can counter the pace of Ferrari's Sainz and Leclerc at the Hungarian Ring - Follow the Hungarian GP live
F1 Hungarian GP Live: George Russell after claiming the first pole position of his F1 career.

In the FP1 session, it was Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz who took the number one spot as he followed Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc in second and third.

In the FP2 session, Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc took the number one spot as he followed Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz in second and third.

In the FP3 session, it was Nicolas Latifi who secured the first free practice session of his F1 career as he followed Charles Leclerc and Alex Albon in second and third.

But, Ferrari look set to score as many points as they can to win the Hungarian GP and take on Red Bull. But, Mercedes will look to play Spolesport as George Russell claims the first pole position of his F1 career.

Meanwhile, Red Bull have an 82-point lead in the constructors’ standings with 396 points, while second-placed Ferrari find themselves in the mix-up with 314 points. Whereas, Mercedes enjoy a big lead of 177 points over Alpine who are fourth overall.

Moreover, Max Verstappen leads the drivers’ standings with 233 points. He trails Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc with 170 points and Sergio Perez, who has 163 points, is seven points shy of Leclerc.

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 lead the constructors’ standings with 396 points. Ferrari is second with 314 points and Mercedes is 44 points behind the Italian team with 270 points.

location – Hungary, Budapest, Hungary

First Grand Prix – 1986

Number of laps – 70

circuit length – 4.381 km

race distance – 306.63 km

Where can you watch practice, qualifying and races on TV?

Practice, qualifying and races can be seen on Star Sports.

Where can you watch practices, qualifications, and races? – Live broadcast

Practice, qualifying and races can be live-streamed on Disney + Hotstar.

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