EN DIRECT – Grand Prix de Hongrie : grosse bagarre entre Russell et les Ferrari

EN DIRECT - Grand Prix de Hongrie : grosse bagarre entre Russell et les Ferrari

70/31: New duel Leclerc/Russell that becomes an advantage for Leclerc!

As the halfway point approached, Russell and Leclerc engaged in a major battle for the lead. Superb braking by Leclerc, who takes control!

From behind, Sainz and Verstappen close in.

70/28: Good defense by Russell!

Attacked from the outside by Leclerc, Russell closes the door with authority.

70/27: Leclerc in Russell’s DRS zone

Less than a second ahead for Russell over Leclerc!

70/24: Very long stop by Ocon

Almost five seconds of stoppage for Ocon, who is overtaken by Ricciardo in front of Alonso at the pit exit. Great shot from the McLaren driver!

70/22: Leclerc in the pits

The Monegasque makes a stop of less than three seconds. He comes out behind Russell but ahead of Sainz.

21/70: Leclerc only man in the lead who does not enter the pits

Hamilton was on medium tyres, while his teammate Russell is 2nd, 18” behind Leclerc, who has had a good pace since the start of the race.

18/70: Sainz touches the pit

Now it is Charles Leclerc who leads the debates.

70/17: Russell pits

He starts with Alonso in 6th place. Sainz takes control of the race ahead of Leclerc. Verstappen also stopped.

70/15: Russell loses pace

Solid from the start, the Briton saw his lead over the two Ferraris vanish. Sainz is aiming for 1.3, while Leclerc seems faster.

70/14: Leclerc approaching Sainz

The Monegasque approaches his teammate and asks his team what strategy to adopt.

70/13: Verstappen’s plague on the radio

Some power problems in the world champion’s car.

12/70: great duel Hamilton/Verstappen/Norris

The battle is fierce between Norris, Hamilton and Verstappen. The Mercedes and Red Bull drivers doubled for McLaren, who dropped to 6th place, then 7th after passing Pérez.

10/70: rain ahead

Russell is told that the track must remain dry for another 30 minutes, until 3:45 p.m. The weather forecast calls for rain around 4 p.m.

9/70: Ocon went through a Red Bull again

On this occasion, it is Sergio Pérez who is ahead of the Frenchman. The Red Bulls are now 6th and 7th, ahead of Alpine d’Ocon (8th) and Alonso (9th).

8/70: Good career start for Mick Schumacher

The Haas driver gained four places (11th), while Bottas collapsed (12th).

7/70: Verstappen continues his comeback

The world champion overtakes Ocon and is sixth. In the lead, Russell is almost two seconds ahead of Sainz.

5/70: Red Bull chases Alpine

Verstappen overtook Fernando Alonso and is now seventh, just behind Esteban Ocon.

2/20: Virtual Safety Car

There is debris on the track after a collision with Albon’s car.

1/70: GO!

Good start from Esteban Ocon, while Russell maintains the advantage of his pole position. Pérez started better than Verstappen.

Let’s go for the formation lap!

The drivers will do 70 laps in this 13th round of the season. Some raindrops are present.

Pourchaire won in F2

Théo Pourchaire won his third Formula 2 Grand Prix of the season in Hungary on Sunday. The Frenchman relaunches himself in the race for the general classification with four races to go.

>>> More information here

Clouds in Hungary

After torrential rain on Saturday, the weather is more forgiving in Hungary this Sunday. But the sky is still cloudy.

Gasly will finally start from pit lane

Although he was going to start in 19th position on the grid, Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri) finally started from the pit lane, precisely because his team took advantage of this loss of qualifying to change elements of his engine.

The starting grid, with Verstappen 10th

1st line: George Russell (Mercedes) / Carlos Sainz Jr (Ferrari)

2nd line: Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) / Lando Norris (McLaren)

3rd line: Esteban Ocon (Alpine) / Fernando Alonso (Alpine)

4th line: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) / Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo)

5th line: Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren) / Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

6th line: Sergio Perez (Red Bull) / Zhou Guanyu (Alfa Romeo)

7th line: Kevin Magnussen (Haas) / Lance Stroll (Aston Martin)

eighth line: Mick Schumacher (Haas) / Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri)

ninth line: Alexander Albon (Williams) / Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin)

10th line: Pierre Gasly (Alfa Tauri) / Nicholas Latifi (Williams)

George Russell’s surprise pole position

British driver George Russell (Mercedes) caused a sensation in qualifying on Saturday, taking pole position ahead of the two Ferraris of Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc. The first of his career.

Good morning to all !

Welcome to RMC Sport to follow the Hungarian F1 Grand Prix at the Hungaroring. Departure at 3pm!

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