F1 Hungary Grand Prix 2013 Full Race Youtube Highlights

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Thursday, July 25th, 2013 | 4

Formula 1 British Grand Prix 2013 highlights

Next race of the season is yet another European grand prix and this time in easten europe as Hungary wolcome F1 world in what should be a cracking race weekend, So far Sebastian Vettel has been driving great and currently sit at the top of the Drivers Championship table while chasing pack is Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikonen with 123 and 116 points respectively. Vettel came back into form with a win in his native grand prix in Germany, and has 4 wins this season while Fernando Alonso has 2 wins and 123 points with 34 points behind he must get good points and hope Vettel struggle.

British drivers Lewis Hamilton has 99 points driving for Mercedes, and he will be hoping to turn things around and get his first win of the season. This is the last race of the halfway points before August summer break and Vettel can notchup a daylight between him and the 2nd place driver with a win and he will go into the race as favourite.

Hungarian Grand Prix 2013 TV Schedule & Time Table

Hungaroring Grand prix F1 2013Friday 26th July
08:45 am – Practice Session 1 – Live!
12:45 pm – Practice Session 2 – Live!

Saturday 27th July
09:45 am – Practice Session 3 – Live!
12:00 pm – F1 Qualifying – Live!

Sunday 28th July
11:30 am – The 2013 Hungarian GP Race – Live!


Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix 2013 Highlights Videos
We will be placing Hungarian Grand Prix Highlights Videos here after the each session as well as the results of the race here. Downloadable links for the video for the full session will be updated here within 2-3 hours, on Sunday’s race day download links will be available after the race (1 Hour)

Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix 2013 – Pirellis Tyres Update:
There is alot going on and being said about the tyres and rules, and with hot weather conditions in Hungary at the moment we can expect 40 degrees come Sunday and that will something teams will be looking to counter with some strategic exercise in heat management while will its role in the 70 lap race.

7 drivers and 3 teams are still looking for their first points on the table, Caterham and Marussia teams are new and since 2010 their debute have been below par while Team india has been making steady progress in the last couple of years, that will be somthing which will interest the viewers that who is going to break the duck from the bottom half first with half of the races gone now.

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