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Photos: Hungarian Grand Prix

August 1, 2011

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Jenson Button claimed another brilliant victory for McLaren in changeable conditions in Hungary, leading home Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso. If you’ve enjoyed this post, please vote for my blog in Lifelong Exhaust’s best motorsport blog contest!

Button masters the weather again to claim tense Hungarian Grand Prix

July 31, 2011

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Jenson Button triumphed in damp conditions at a tense Hungarian Grand Prix. The Briton read the conditions perfectly to seize victory in the wake of mistakes from several rivals, not least team mate Lewis Hamilton. McLaren had been dominating proceedings for most phases of the race and looked set for a one-two until a late […]

Vettel returns to his favourite grid position in Hungary

July 30, 2011

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Sebastian Vettel has returned to his familiar pole position for the Hungarian Grand Prix. The champion’s Red Bull mechanics worked through the night to correct a set up which left the team struggling in Friday practice. But there was no sign of worries from Vettel as he posted a 1m 19.815s on his second Q3 […]

Schumacher’s punishment for shoving Barrichello is right

August 1, 2010

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Michael Schumacher will lose 10 places on the grid at the next race in Spa after his dangerous attempt to defend against Rubens Barrichello in Hungary. The German insisted after the race he had not done anything wrong, despite Barrichello claiming it was the most dangerous move he had seen in his long career. But […]

Webber storms to victory in Hungary thriller

August 1, 2010

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Mark Webber has stormed to the top of the drivers’ championship with a brilliant drive in the Hungarian Grand Prix. The Australian took full advantage of a mechanical failure for McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton and made a risky strategy work with a series of pulsating laps after a safety car intervention. Webber did not stop during […]

Vettel will lead a Red Bull victory parade in Hungary

August 1, 2010

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Everything suggests Sebastian Vettel is on a steady course to victory in Hungary later today. The German’s qualifying performance was sensational and the only thing likely to get in the way of one his easiest Formula One victories will be if he mucks up the start again. Even then, Red Bull can feel confident Mark […]

Hungary looks like being Vettel’s to lose

July 30, 2010

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Sebastian Vettel has destroyed the field in practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix, laying down the strongest possible marker of his intent. The Red Bull cars were clearly quickest today, though the Ferrari of Fernando Alonso is not far behind. McLaren look set to struggle as they still do not have their blown diffuser package […]