It has not been the easiest of Fridays for the twenty drivers when it came to physical demands as the opening day for the this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix produced extremely high tempetures.
Despite extremely hot conditions during Friday’s running for the Hungarian Grand Prix, Pirelli’s three compounds stood up extremely well, including the red-walled C4 compound.
Mercedes shocked Red Bull with its eye-catching speed in the second session for the Hungarian Grand Prix with Valtteri Bottas edging his team mate Lewis Hamilton.
Following on from the successful title sponsorship in Austria this season, Formula One has today announced that it has expanded its partnership with Best Water Technology (BWT), Europe’s market leader in water treatment worldwide.
Red Bull Racing driver Max Verstappen ended the opening practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix on top, edging the Mercedes duo of Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton.
The Alfa Romeo Racing team will give its fans a special reward, bringing a special Booth to the Hungarian Grand Prix in which supporters will be able to see one of Alfa Romeo’s F1 cars.
The FIA rejected Red Bull’s request on Thursday after the Milton Keynes-based outfit asked the governing body to review the controversial collision between Formula 1 title rivals Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen at the British Grand Prix.
Formula One’s Milan-based tyre manufacturer Pirelli will supply teams with the compounds from the middle of its range for the Hungarian Grand Prix that will bring the first half of the 2021 F1 season to an end.
Despite carrying out a thorough analysis, Honda is yet to assess whether Max Verstappen’s power unit from Silverstone crash is raceable in the remainder of the season.
After the controversial and incident-filled British Grand Prix, Formula One is ready to return with the field heading to Budapest for Round 11 of the 23-race 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship. F1Technical's Balázs Szabó dvelves into the history and characterictics of Hungary's leading race track.