The Hungarian Grand Prix comes before the one-month holiday break on the Formula 1 calendar this week, Max Verstappen (Red Bull) is in a comfortable position as World Championship leader, Ferrari’s imperative to react and the options he may have are Spaniards Carlos Sainz and Fernando Alonso (Alp) , a weekend announcing the rain and therefore the surprises.
It was one of the most exciting events in the ‘Great Circus’ last year, with the final race in Abu Dhabi where the World Cup was determined. Now, current champion Verstappen could close the course’s equator with half a championship in his pocketComing to Hungary with 233 points and 63 points from Charles Leclerc.
Dating motivates Fernando Alonso, who turns 41 this Friday. In addition, Alpine won with Esteban Ocon’s first victory at the Hungarian circuit last year. scored for seven races in a row.
Meanwhile, after his glorious return in France, Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) will also seek his option before the break. The Madrid man, who changed his engine last week but finished fifth on Sunday, does not rule out anything in the World Cup, from fourth with 144 points to 163 from Sergio Pérez (Red Bull) and 170 from teammate Leclerc.
Hungarian GP qualifying schedule 2022
Saturday, July 30
Where to watch Formula 1 Hungarian GP
The race can be watched live on DAZN. If you have Movistar+, you can also watch Formula 1 on DAZN F1 channel (Translate 58).
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