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Hamilton sets the pace in Hungary

McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton set the pace on the opening day of on-track action at the tight and twisty Hungaroring, where the cars run with maximum downforce to help generate the most grip. The Englishman went fastest during both free practice sessions, using the Pirelli P Zero Yellow soft tire ...>

The Hungarian Grand Prix from a tire point of view

The Hungaroring is the slowest permanent circuit on the Formula One calendar – with full throttle applied for only about 10 seconds per lap – and the action for this Hungarian Grand Prix is complicated by the risk of rain, which is forecast intermittently for the rest of the weekend. ...>

2011 Hungarian Grand Prix. Soft and supersoft tires face warm weather for the first time

After the fast corners and cool temperatures of Silverstone and the Nurburgring, the tight and twisty Hungaroring on the outskirts of Budapest in Hungary – which is normally characterized by hot weather at this time of year – presents a stark contrast for the Pirelli P Zero tires. The Hungaroring ...>