F1 News: Nico Rosberg’s Review of the 2014 Hungarian Grand Prix

Mercedes LogoA mixed weekend for Nico Rosberg in Budapest saw the good work of qualifying and a strong start undone by the safety car.

In his latest video blog, Nico reflects on an eventful weekend in Hungary:

“That was a disappointing day. In the beginning it was all under control but unfortunately the safety car cost me.” Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Race – FIA Press Conference

FIA Logo2014 Hungarian Grand Prix Race Press Conference
Sun 27.07.14

DRIVERS

1 – Daniel RICCIARDO (Red Bull Racing)

2 – Fernando ALONSO (Ferrari)

3 – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes) Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Race – Ferrari

Ferrari LogoHungarian Grand Prix

Budapest, 27th July 2014

Marco Mattiacci: “It was a great race and very pleasing to see our team fight back from an extremely complicated
Saturday. Kimi and Fernando demonstrated just what they are capable of and the whole team was up to the task.
However, this result is just a step on a journey which started a few months ago. Fernando’s second place is a confidence
booster and a sign that the major effort everyone is making to bring Ferrari back to the top is moving in the right direction, Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Race – Pirelli

Pirelli Logo2014 Hungarian Grand Prix – Race

RICCIARDO USES THREE STOP STRATEGY TO WIN FINAL RACE BEFORE SUMMER BREAK

HEAVY RAIN BEFORE THE START MAKES FOR VERY EXCITING RACING

THREE DIFFERENT STRATEGIES AND TYRE CHOICES FOR THE TOP 3 CLASSIFIED

Hungaroring, July 27, 2014 – Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo has claimed his second career win to maintain his third place in the driver’s championship at the Pirelli-sponsored Hungarian Grand Prix, before Formula One’s annual summer break. Ricciardo used a three stop strategy running the whole race on the P Zero Yellow soft tyre after having started on the Cinturato Green intermediate Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Race – Mercedes AMG Petronas

Mercedes LogoBudapest – 27/07/2014

RACE

Lewis Hamilton secured the team’s eleventh podium of the season, driving a brilliant race after starting from the pit-lane and finishing third just ahead of teammate Nico Rosberg in fourth position. Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Race – Infiniti Red Bull Racing

Red Bull LogoSunday 27 July 2014

HUNGARIAN GP – RACE

DANIEL RICCIARDO, Finish Position: WINNER! Start Position: 4th“Winning this today, it honestly feels as good as the first. It sank in a lot quicker this one, so crossing the line today I knew what was going on a bit more and it’s like I could enjoy it immediately rather than it being delayed, it was awesome. To have to pass guys again to win the race, as I did in Canada, makes it a lot more satisfying, Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Race – Scuderia Toro Rosso

Toro Rosso Logo2014 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX – SUNDAY 27/07/2014

Jean-Eric Vergne (STR9-01)
Race
Position: 9th
“I’m very pleased with the weekend, I think it was a good one. As for the race, the team did a fantastic job to call me in straight after the safety car and everything worked well. The race was really nice and I had a lot of fun being in second position for some time. I Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Race – Williams Martini Racing

Williams Martini logo27.07.14

Hungarian Grand Prix

Race Notes
. Felipe Massa finished fifth and Valtteri Bottas eighth as WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING scored points with both cars in an eventful Hungarian Grand Prix. Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Race – Lotus F1 Team

Lotus LogoSlippery When Wet – 2014 Hungarian GP, Sunday
Sunday, 27th July

Pastor Maldonado finished in thirteenth position whilst Romain Grosjean retired from an eventful and highly entertaining 2014 Hungarian Grand Prix. Heavy rain before the start of the race meant that all competitors started on intermediate tyres. The changing level of grip provided a challenge for all, with most drivers caught out at least once by the conditions during the course of the 70 laps. Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Race – Marussia F1 Team

Marussia LogoMAGYAR MAGIC
Formula 1 Pirelli Magyar Nagydíj 2014 – The Race

Hungaroring, Budapest
Sunday 27 July 2014

BIANCHI MR03-01 P15 1:29.883
CHILTON MR03-02 P16 1:29.499 Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Race – Mclaren

McLaren logo2014 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX

“We tried our best, but it didn’t work out”

#HungarianGP

Hungaroring, Sunday July 27

A typically unpredictable wet-to-dry grand prix that resulted in an edge-of-the-seat climax involving three drivers.

For McLaren, a misleading weather forecast prompted the team to remain on Intermediate tyres while the rest of the field pitted Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Race – Sauber F1 Team

Sauber LogoPirelli Hungarian Grand Prix – Race – Sunday, 27.07.2014

Weather: initially wet, then dry, 22-25°C air, 27-36°C track

A strong performance by the Sauber F1 Team at the Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest was not rewarded. Adrian Sutil finished in 11th and missed out on a point by just 0.9 seconds, while Esteban Gutiérrez was running eighth, and thus in the fight for points, when a problem with the Energy Recovery System forced him to stop. Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Race – Caterham F1 Team

Caterham logo2014 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX

Hungaroring, Hungary – 27th July 2014

Caterham F1 Team Partner Information
Silanna was founded in 2006 with the mission to invest in revolutionary early stage technologies, bring together a world class team, and grow businesses with global impact Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Race – Sahara Force India

Sahara Logo2014 Formula 1 Pirelli Hungarian Grand Prix: Race Report

Sahara Force India was out of luck today as Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez retired from the Hungarian Grand Prix.

DNF Nico Hulkenberg VJM07-04
Tyre strategy: New Inters (8 laps) – Used Softs (7 laps) Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Hungarian GP Qualifying – Ferrari

Ferrari LogoHungarian Grand Prix

Budapest, 26th July 2014

Fernando Alonso: “After a chaotic qualifying like today’s, you always think you could have done better. But if
you then analyse everything that happened, finishing fifth is a good result, because we made the most of every
opportunity that came our way. Getting to start on the clean side of the track is very important as it gives you a
chance to make up places at the start and to race with the leaders. The rain expected for tomorrow definitely Read more of this post