FORMULA 1 ROLEX MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2019 02 - 04 AUG

Magyar Nagydíj

Hungary is a twisty track and the slowest permanent circuit of the year, which does not make it any easier on the tyres. This means that much more heat is put through the tyres than on a fast and flowing layout because the tyres are moving around more: particularly when it is hot, which is often the case here. Therefore, balancing the demands of speed and durability is key to getting the most out of  the compound. Overtaking is traditionally difficult at this track, so drivers have an opportunity to use strategy to gain track position.

The Circuit

Magyar Nagydíj
Number of laps 70
Circuit Length 4.381 Km
Race Distance 306.63 Km
Lap record 1:19.071 Michael Schumacher - 2004

Circuit Data

3 Tyrestress 4 Downforce 4 Lateral 3 Asphaltabrasion 4 Asphaltgrip

TYRES

P Zero white Hard — C2

P Zero yellow Medium — C3

P Zero red Soft — C4