Dutch driver Max Verstappen finished on top after the 2022 French Grand Prix for Red Bull as Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc crashed out of the race on Lap 17. This blunder by the Monegasque driver helped the Mercedes duo of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell get a double podium at Paul Ricard.
Prancing Horse still finished a consolation price as Carlos Sainz bagged the fastest lap. This was Verstappen’s 27th win of his career, while Hamilton took his first second-place finish of the season. Similarly, Russell strengthened his position in the Drivers’ championship as he chased Sainz for the third spot. Now F1 calendar turns over to the Hungaroring as we head to the 2022 Hungary Grand Prix.
Here is all you need to know about the 2022 Hungary Grand Prix:
When is the 2022 Hungary Grand Prix?
Practice 1 – 17:30 to 18:30 IST
Practice 2 – 20:30 to 21:30 IST
Practice 3 – 16:30 to 17:30 IST
Qualifying – 19:30 to 20:30 IST
Final Race – 18:30 to 20:30 IST
Where to watch the live broadcast of the 2022 Hungary Grand Prix?
The races will be broadcast on Star Sports Network in India.
Where to watch the live streaming of the 2022 Hungary Grand Prix?
The free practice, qualifying and final race will all be streamed live on Disney+ Hotstar.
What are the specifications of the track used for the 2022 Hungary Grand Prix?
The Hungaroring track in Mogyoród is 4.381 km long and will feature 14 corners, and one major straight with two DRS zones. Lewis Hamilton holds the record for the fastest lap time with a record of 1:16.627 which he set in 2020.
What is the weather forecast for the 2022 Hungary Grand Prix?
The temperature during the race timings will remain between 27°C to 33°C across the three days. The free practice day of the Hungary Grand Prix might remain partly cloudy with 20% chances of rain while there remains 50% chance of precipitation with scattered thunderstorms during the qualifying and final race.
How does the F1 Championship table stand?
Max Verstappen – 233 points
Charles Leclerc – 170 points
Sergio Perez – 163 points
Carlos Sainz Jr. – 144 points
George Russell – 143 points
Red Bull – 396
Ferrari – 314
Mercedes – 270
Alpine Renault – 93
McLaren – 89