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Public Pitwalk - closer you wont get!

A great tradion will be prolonged. The Public Pitwalk on Thursday before the race days at Hungaroring. Everybody holding a valid Grand Prix Weekendticket will be able to attend on Thursday, July 30th from 16:15 to 18:15 o'clock.

Also see the Official Program
 

FIA announces 2020 dates

The Hungarian Grand Prix is confirmed for August 2nd 2020. You can find the complete race calendar 2020 here.

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Hungarian Grand Prix report: Hamilton wins, Bottas hits Vettel



Lewis Hamilton extended his Formula 1 world championship lead with victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix, as Sebastian Vettel survived late contact with Valtteri Bottas to finish second.

Hamilton took a comfortable win from pole position with Vettel taking second despite being hit by Bottas when the Mercedes driver tried to fight back after being passed for second with five laps to go.

Bottas slumped to fifth, making more contact on the way in a collision with Daniel Ricciardo, as Kimi Raikkonen stole the final podium position.

Hamilton and Bottas maintained Mercedes' one-two advantage at the start, with Vettel jumping Raikkonen at Turn 2 by passing his team-mate around the...

Read the full race report here...

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