#Hungarian Grand Prix

With a new engine, Vettel starts from the back of the grid at the US Grand Prix

The stage is not good for Sebastian Vettel. In the final nine stages, he was in the scoring area in only one: a fifth place win in non-races at Spa, Belgium. It is true that in this period the German came to finish second in the Hungarian Grand Prix, but he ended up disqualified after the race as there was no more gas in the tank for the sample. Nor does the US Grand Prix, the next stage of the championship, look the most promising for Vettel.
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Alonso: “Austin one of the most challenging tracks on the calendar” |

Among the teams and drivers who came out of the Turkish Grand Prix with little or no satisfaction, there is no shortage ofAlpine and Fernando Alonso, protagonists of a weekend in Istanbul definitely not up to their potential. In any case, the French team will be able to take the opportunity to recover starting from the next appointment, scheduled for this weekend at Austin for the United States Grand Prix. The seventeenth round of the world championship presents itself with the transalpine team in fifth place in the constructors’ classification, with 128.5 points from fourth place – occupied by Ferrari – and only 12 points clear of the AlphaTauri, also a protagonist, like the Alpine, in any case a positive season. All this six races from the conclusion of the 2021 championship, characterized by the victory won by Esteban Ocon in the Hungarian Grand Prix, in what was also the first success in the top flight of the 25-year-old from Evreux.
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Ralf: Aston Martin are ’embarrassing’ themselves

Ralf Schumacher thinks Aston Martin are “embarrassing” themselves with their current performance – and unlikely to improve much this season. Aston Martin, by their own admission, were badly affected by the tweaks to the aerodynamic regulations for this year which impacted on they and Mercedes the most. As a result,...

There will be 23 runners in the Formula 1 World Championship next year

MTI wrote that next year’s record 23 races will be held in the Formula 1 World Series, which will visit Hungary on July 31, before the summer break. The Fast Car Series leadership has adopted next year’s race schedule on Friday, which will miss the Shanghai Grand Prix in Shanghai for the third time in a row. “Due to the pandemic, there will be no competition in the Far East next year, but as soon as conditions allow, Shanghai will be re-hosted,” he said in the Formula 1 announcement. Don’t compete this year or last year.

Six winners so far in 2021: highest number since 2012!

In many ways, 2021 is already a special year for Formula 1. The title fight between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton is, of course, the main focus. But what has remained very much under the radar is the fact that we have the most number of different winners in a season since 2012.

Fix: This is what the Formula 1 squad will look like in 2022

Now it's fixed: Formula 1 will have a record season in 2022. The motorsport “premier class” presented the calendar on Friday. For the first time, 23 races will be held next year – more than ever in Formula 1. The longest season in history starts with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 20th and ends on November 20th in Abu Dhabi.

This is the official 2022 Formula 1 calendar!

It has been speculated for a long time, but now Formula 1 has presented the final calendar for the 2022 season. As expected, next year will see a record number of 23 races. New on the calendar is the Miami Grand Prix, which will become the second race in the United States.

Mammoth 2022 Formula 2 calendar

The FIA Formula 2 Championship will take in a record 14 events during the course of season 2022. It makes for the longest campaign for Formula 1’s main feeder series in living memory, running from mid-March to mid-November. The busy schedule comes amid a backdrop of complaints from teams and...

Is this the Formula 1 calendar for 2022 that will be presented soon?

The Formula 1 calendar will be presented shortly by F1. La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Italian newspaper presented what they report as the new calendar for 2022, but some changes might be made to it. F1 calendar of 2022. With the Formula 1 calendar for 2022 the leadership of the...

Is this the 2022 Formula 1 calendar to be introduced soon?

The Formula 1 calendar will soon be introduced by F1, but Gazzetta dello sport advance took. The Italian newspaper has introduced the new calendar for 2022, but some things may still change. F1 calendar for 2022. With the 2022 Formula 1 calendar, the sport’s leadership is hoping to set a...

Formula 1: Turkish Grand Prix extends remarkable streak

Seven consecutive Formula 1 races have seen no bigger than an eight-point gap between the two world championship protagonists. Just before Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen made contact on the opening lap of the British Grand Prix, Verstappen was slated to be the Formula 1 world championship leader by 40 points.

Ocon Broke A 24-Year-Old F1 Record At The Turkish GP

Esteban Ocon completed the 2021 Turkish Grand Prix without making a single pit stop. Some seriously unbelievable scenes from this year’s Hungarian Grand Prix winner. He also managed to finish in the points for Alpine, helping the team score points at every race this season apart from Bahrain. Tyres were...

Alonso: Max ‘deals with pressure better than others’

Fernando Alonso is convinced Max Verstappen won’t crack in the championship fight, as he deals with pressure “better than other people”. Alonso has made no secret about the fact that he is supporting Verstappen in this year’s title fight, even telling the Red Bull that he “tried” when he held up Lewis Hamilton for several laps in the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Select Reverse: Five memorable moments from the Turkish Grand Prix

Istanbul Park Circuit has been a fixture on the Formula 1 calendar just eight times prior to this season; take a quick look at the highlights. 5. 2005: Inaugural Turkish Grand Prix and Kimi Räikkönen's ice cool victory. Just after the Istanbul Park Circuit was finished being built in August...