Despite its reputation among fans for being one of the boring races of the Formula One, the Hungaroring is actually pretty liked by many drivers.
Furthermore, in the last seasons the Grand Prix has been host of many interesting races as well as shocking moments like the Felipe Massa accident in 2009. The Grand Prix is held in the middle of the summer meaning that the weather is often very hot and dry and sometimes drivers need to adopt more sophisticated cooling suits. The track was built within a valley, which not only provides spectators with excellent viewing spots over much of the circuit, but also provides natural undulation. However this circuit, unlike other venues, is more about a gentle rise and fall than several peaks and troughs, with the drivers dropping downhill until Turn 3 before a steady climb back to the high point on the start-finish straight.
The monumental capital city of Hungary ought to be actually considered as two different cities, Buda on the west bank of the Danube river and Pest on the east bank. Budapest has been witnessing history ever since the Romans’ conquest and then through the Ottomans, the Habsburg monarchy, and the U.S.S.R; that means offering visitors anything, from Viennese romanticism to Iron Curtain character.
|Free Practice 1 10.00 - 11.30
Free Practice 2 14.00 - 15.30
|Free Practice 3 11.00 - 12.00
Qualifying 14.00 - 15.00
Price per ticket €4800.00 + 27% VAT
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